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v;��fary U
Port Mann
PROPERTY.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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.., NI'MBER 324.
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ITERS
Make^o Per Month.
      LES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 83, 1911.'
PRICE FIVE CENTO.
CHANGE MAY. MEAN
MOVING OF CENTRAL
!���
Sending of Manual Telephone
System to Scrap Heap
Again a Possibility.
The possibility of thc British   Columbia   Telephone   company's   service
���������������������������������������������
Whyte Stays.
Winnipeg,   Feb.   28. ��� The
rumors wliich liave been circulating in eastern papers to the
efTect that Vice-President
Whyte was about to resign
from the C. P. R. are officially
denied. This is considered too
critical a time in the history of
the company for the road to
lose the services of Mr. Whyte.
i CHINA WILL NOT
WAR WITH RUSSIA
1
w i
��� Danger of Conflict Between
TURNED WINE INTO WATER.
Bear and Dragon Averted
���Chinese Reply Satisfies.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 23.���All danger
|n veW Westminster being brought up
to date this year is evidenced by in-
Somebody Will Have to Pay $1000 for of fll��tlon between Russia   and China
the Trick. I lias now been averted.   China has re-
~���--, ,, K ������,   ���,  ��,���__-_�� , ��� i    ,"al"as'    Ke,)-    22.���An    expensive  plied to Russia's note, answering the
valuations which are at present >be- trick has been practiced in connection six important noints in relation to
m made ln this city by some ol tlie with the liquor suit of Svdney VS the' I lmI,0I,aut P��""s 1" relation to
ompariya officials.     The   suggestion j Union Jack club, of tbat'efiy. .    tr*"'i' of 1881 in il manner wholly
Recently the Inspector   seized $1000' satisfactory to the Russian statesmen
that th(' company abandon the antiquated manual system In favor of the
���utomatic has been broached so often that at last the directors are
be-1
worth  of  liquor  from  the  club,   wbo
later took process and secured the re
 ^^^_. . .   turn of the liquor, tlie legal question
ginning to realize the mislness men of   being raised  us  to  whether  proceed-
Westminster are tiring of cranking up   |nK8 could be taken against a so-called I 7" ., ���      ,
| every time they desire to disturb een-   club.    After two trials the case went1 ''
j trai.  The distinction of being the only , against the club and it was up to them
city of any size on this coast enjoy- ( t0  return   the  "goods"  back   it   was
found that the entire lot consisted of
nothing   stronger   than   water.     Tho
i lng i?l this prehistoric system is be
ginning to wear out, even with tlie old
Ml Idea of a military demonstration
has now been abandoned.
The dispersing of the war cloud is
hailed with a great deal of satisfaction
is public sentiment was
not   in   favor  of  a   conflict   with   the
sleeping giant of the far east.
>rs who date all events from   the ' city i8 secured, as it holds a receipt,
ti men ^^^^^
ear nf tbe fire.    ^^^^^^^^^^
May   Change Headquarters.
The Installation  of   the   automatic
system will   entail   considerable   ex-
i pense, as   additional   machinery   wlll
; have to be Installed, and there is
ard  a  bond  from  the sheriff is also
held.
ARMED MURDEREn IS
AT BAY IN THE WOODS
probability   that   the   present   headquarters of the company on  Clarkson
I sireet, which have only been occupied
! for a couple of years, may be found
too small   and   another   location   be
I necessary.
The growth  of the telephone busi
LIFE OF SLUM WORKERS
IS ALWAYS STRENUOUS
Kenora, Ont., Feb. 22.���News was
received here of a murder at Minni-
takl, seventy miles east of here, of a
Gallclan railroad track laborer, by an
Italian named John Berlin early this
morning. Tlie Calician, M. Priika by
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ name, had his back turned when the
ness ln this city during the past few; Italian struck him a treacherous blow
vears hns been little short of phe-, w|th tlie back of an axe. No motive
nomenal. Kor many years after the for the crime is known and it is
system was introduced  there  was   a   thought  possibly  Berilli is insane.
Berilli has not yet been taken into
custody, but has been driven to bay.
He is armed and is being watched
over by two section men with rifles.
The crown authorities here will rush
constables to llie scene on the first
train thla morning and in all likelihood a post mortem will take place
here    tomorrow    as    there    are    not
to
Ensign  Dennis   Relates   Incidents   of
Her Long Career in Alleviating
Woes  of  Unfortunates.
ANNOUNCE SCHEME     |r*l^r"^ADDRESS TO BE GIVEN
EOR A BIG DRYDOCK: ������= :l   TO OLD MISSIONARY
B. C. Marine Railway Will
Have Backing of Clyde
Shipbuilders in Project.
Cave-in at Buntzen.
In a cave-in at Lake Buntzen
early yesterday morning a man,
whose name lias not been ascertained, was so badly hurt that
he is expected to die before
many hours. Another man, A.
Chrlstdensen, had his leg broken. The two men were brought
down to Vancouver on the B. C.
R. R. boat at four o^lock this
morning.
������������������������������������������������
I Rev. Alex. Dunn, Active in
���! Westminster District Since
��� j    1876, to be Remembered.
KILLED SAVING TIME.
North Vancouver Man Horribly Mangled by C. P. R. Train Last Night.
Vancouver, Feb. 23. ��� Edward
Thomas I'ollok, a well known and
highly respected North Vancouver
real estate man, was killed late last
night while trying to cross between
the cars of a moving C. P. R. train in
order to reach the ferry landing at tlie
C. P. It. wharf.
I After thirty-five years of active ani
j arduous work in the home missionary
' field of the Presbyterian church, bits
scope of activities extending from Mission to Ladner, Rev. Alex Dunn lias
now practically retired from the busy
life, although still oi'Stn called upon
when his services are needed by Oie
pioneers of the district, all of whom
are his friends of long standing.
In view of the long connection   of
Mr.    Dunn    with    the    Presbyterian
church in the district of Westminster.
The  body  was    horribly    mangled,   k has been declded t0   present   biro
some of the limbs being torn off the   with  an  illuminated   address.      The
trunk.    Pollok. who was  about  forty   token of appreciation and esteem will
years of age, leaves a wife and family.   be formally glven to Mr   Dunn at a
tti eTTiTei Toe nc I meeting of the  Westminster  Preabv-
SEATTLE IS SURE OF tery to be heM here on   Wednesday
REAL  REFORM COUNCIL   ^^ of ^ week   whe_  many JJ
the old-timers will be present. Sonic
Seattle,  Feb.  22��� The  counting  Ol   of   thege    wi���   dellver   addresses  or
I the  buUots  polled  in  Seattle's mum-   make   speeches   reminiscent    of    the
B^B^^M      Icipal primaries yesterday will not    be  early davs   an(, jn a)1 probability Mc.
I completed until the afternoon. Re- Dunn wj��� a]so be prevailed upon to
Measure as Now Framed Would Dis- Ul���a from 12:! to 153 Precincts show reIate some of Ms earlier eXperiences
Measure as now i-ramea wouia uis . ^ Councilman E. L. Blaine, leader Wi��� Deliver Orations.
of  the  recall   fight  against ex-Mayor      Rev   E   D   McLaren, general secre-
Vlctoria, Feb. 23.���The announcement has been officially made by the
B, C. Marine Railway company of its ;
intentions to build a drydock at a cost
of |8,000,000 at, Lang's Cove, Esquimalt. j
The drydock is to be 90U feet long
and 100 feet wide.
A well known firm of.JJivde shipbuilders Is associated with "the B. C.i
Marine railway in the scheme. It is
tlie intention later to equip the dry-
dock us a modern shipyard with all
facilities for the construction of
cruisers and destroyers for tlie Pacific
squadron of the Canadian navy. i
BOWSER IS ANXIOUS TO
AMEND INSURANCE ACT
locate Finances of Several Muni-
palities���City Affected.
Gill  nnd  ex-Chief of  Police  Wappen-
tary   of   home   mission,   of Toronto.
I
Victoria, Feb. 2S.���Attorney General
stein, is at the head of the poll and ����� palpal ~John~ McKay," oTwest-
that fourteen of the eighteen leading   minsler hall. Vancouver, will also de-
1 nominees ure for tlie reform element.   jjver addresses
' Tlie election of a reform council    of      The presentation is to be made by
Rev.  J.  S.  Henderson,  on  behalf   cf
steady but small increase in the num
her of telephones used, the innova-1
tion being considered necessary only
for business men. Gradually the field
nf private resiliences was invaded, and
once the house-to-house communication became established, the increase
in home business was maintained
steadily.    Al   the  present   time   tele-
NO INTENTION Of
LEAVING PORT MANN
T. G. Holt Declares Nothing
in Rumor of Canadian
Northern and  Steveston.
phones are being installed, mostly in   enough   inhabitants   at   Mlnnitaki
the residential district, at the rate of   empanel a jury.
about six a week. ���������	
1064   Now   in   Use.
In the twelve  months ending Jan-
I nary I 1911, the number of telephones
I::, ise in this city increased fiom Si2 1
I, I        per cent I, this including
[party lines and public call boxes.
In an Interesting booklet issued by
Ithe 11. C. telephone company, for pri-
[vate circulation among its employees,
statement ,>i development from January 1, isio,   to .lanuary   1.  1911,  'a
then.   This shows a total percentage
increase In business of 28.5, Phoenix
jb'-inttlhe only city that does not show
I anv progress,   liaving  remained    sta-
icnery during the twelve months.
Westminster Is Third.
The total number of telephones in
"se on the flrsl of the year was 19,071.
Vancouver tuning more than 50 per
cent of these, 1 r 10,918 in actual figures; Victoria is second on the list,
with 3904; then comes Westminster,
with 1064; Nelson with .">T4-. Nanaimo
with 1111 even 100; North Vancouver
with 280; Kamloops with 240; Ross- ena
land with 220, and Grand Forks with
198 The other places are all below
Hie two hundred mark, I'nion Bay
footing the list with an unlucky thirteen.
It is not generally known that the
local office is now divided into three
departments, plant, traffic and commercial, each supervised by a responsible manager.
So strenuous is the work of a slum
worker in the ranks of   the Salvation   Bowser, in the house yesterday after- candidates leadine in vester-   ��� ~.  7'  ~    '   ���
���mm-   that fivo ve,,��� i. i��ih ,1, ���.��� ,���   ,u,on' moved   an amendment   to   the  eighteen canuiaates leaning in yester-  u     Westminster Presbytery.
army, that five years is laid down in   Ffre Insuram.e m so that this meas.  days voting will have their names on      The meeting, which Is to be an ad-
| the orders of the organization as tlie   Ure would not become effective untll   the ballot paper in March. journed session from the annual meet-
, limit of an  officer in that  branch   of   January 1, 1912. i     ��omen    voted    heavily    yesterday,   jng being he,d at Ule Kit a ano Fres_
Ensign1     The reason assigned for this change  but did not concentrate    their    vote,   byterian church on Tue . id Wel
ls that the government is anxious not   giving complimentary ba lots to their   nesdav, is beinR concln(il     v,       is ritv.
to dislocate the finances of a number   fnends among the candidates. ! in or(ler that lhe addl .   . ., _f^_
of municipalities which derive reven-      .    _,,_,_,, I en to the veteran missionary  1    tlie
,   ��� -t__   nn     �� city which has been his  . eadcpiartcrs-
Perm. RUMfta, Feb. 22���Seven per-   fm. SQ mam.
and Victoria are    affected,    as    also  scns v,ere kllle<l ���<* thirty-two badly
Nanaimo. to the extent of $1000, and  injured today when a passenger train
the   service.       So   explained
Dennis  at  the  meeting  last  night   in
this city to a large attendance. |
Being blessed with a wonderful constitution, however, she was enabled to
not only serve those five years, but a
like number on top of them, and she
cheerfully looked forward to yet manv
more. In a chatty manner she told of
tlie early  struggles of the army  and
ues from fire insurance companies for
wliich they issue licenses.    Vancouver
Westminster.      which    increases
revenue by $1000 by this means.
its
and    to    the    bill
Vancouver, Feb. 22.���Steveston foi
the past fortnight has been hit by .1
real estate boom that, has made the
salmon burg exceedingly lively. Acres
and town lots have been changing
hands at rapidly increasing rates and
tlie business done has been  pheuoui-
Vancouver officials of the Cani-
dlan Northern, consulted yesterday,
said they had never heard of the Steveston matter in connection with their
line
how    in    that    fashionable    waterin.,
place. Brighton, where the nobilitv of  Companies act
Kngland    go,    she    had    seen    more   amend the Companies act, were also
siiiialid dens and hovels than in man)'   introduced,
better    known    and    less    suspected   _..__    "   ..__.-_.���  ._,_,
Places.      After  serving   a  useful  ap-  TACOMA M|^����D'DBEYASC|ENT1ST
prenUceshlp   there,   she   was   trans-] BACKED BY scientist
ferred to the mecca of all Salvation
army workers, London, and her work
lay in the famous (or imfamous)
Boro,' Stepney and Millwall. twenty-
one years ago, when the cruel dock
strike was in full blast.    The speaker
burned at Vo'ntessenka.   An exploding
lamp fired the train after it was wrecked, and the passengers roasted in the
t0  debris.
Tacoma, Feb. 22..���Further expert
testimony on tlie plausibility of the
meteor theory as a solution to the
mystery  that  prevailed  following tho
C. P. IT
!       10 GET INCREASE
heavy explosion and quakes at 12:50  Dajlro&d  and  its  EmploveeS; abo,,t eighteen
recounted many harrowing scenes of o'clock Friday afternoon was gathered^���" !     The resignaf
that period and said that but for the
assistance given by General Booth's
workers there would undoubtedly
have been many deaths; bread tickets
late yesterday when Prof. H. A. Hew-j
itt. A. l).. professor of natural sciences I
at Whitworth college, expressed his j
views. He asserted that he considered [
Arrive at Amicable Settlement After Negotiations.
being
served out  wih an   unstinting   hand   the meteor hypothesis entirely plausi
-   ���       ble. and the best explanation that has
yet heen offered.
"I think it altogether likely that a
meteor caused the explosions and
shocks felt Friday afternoon
was   the   means    of   hundreds
saved, almost  from  themselves.
In a humorous manner Knsign Dennis told of her advancement to Gla*-
gow and how on her arrival in tlie
commercial   capital   of   Scotland    she
Two  New Pastors.
Much   important  business   i^    io   bn
transacted at. this session of thl
bytery, but the chief items of  .
est to this city are the calls from
West   Side   Presbyterian    church
Rev. R. W. Collins" of Cedar Hill, Van
couver Island, and from St. Stephens
Presbyterian   church  to   Rev.   M.    G.
Melvln, of Revelstoke.    Mr. Collins ir
to be tlie first pastor of the West Side
church, which has recently been rais-
' ed  from a missionary   station.      5Ir.
j Melvih, who is expected to commence
I his duties at St. Stephens about Marcf��
Iti, has been in his present charge for-
^^^^^ months,
resignations of Rev. J. H. Cam-
! eron. of Westminster church. Vancouver, and of Rev. A. J. McGIIIivray. of
Rt. John's church. Vancouver, will be
considered, as will also  be a call t:>
Rev. A.  M. Ross, late of Atlin, fron*
the congregation nf Pipestone. Man.
The reports of the home and foreign missions, the rocial and moral reform con-mittees, tbe Sunday schools
Winnipeg.   Feb.   22.���Amicable   settlement   has   been    reached    in    the
  friendly negotiations which have been   and"the statistics and finance commit-
Asked if he did not think it would   in progress for some time between the   tees for the year will come up for con-
take a very large meteor to   jar the. c   p   r   trainmen and  the   manage- j sideration and adoption
thought the natives were  foreigners,    - . -
^^��� ^^���    before   she   whole  county,  Prof.   Hewitt   replied: 1        .      ... .  . . ���      , __ .
���             "No. not  necessarilv.    When we con-   ment   with  re^ard  t0 an increase   in
sider  the  velocity of a cannon   baUJ wages commensurate with the iftcreas-,
and then consider that the velocity of  ed cost of **���      ^* le th/ e���c*
a meteor is manv times that of a can-   t_r'ns,fre1 not ****** is understood
-     --      - .      ,���__  that all classes of trainmen from Port!
and it was quite a time
"got next" to tlie peculiar dialect nnd
expressions in vogue over the border.
Lengthy stays in Sunderland and Manchester preceded her tenure of office
LONDON  HONORS
GEORGE  WASHINGTON
London,   Feb.
-Many   buildings
non~ball, we should, not.be wrprleed   2?tt^ t_T55TeiSurt"w"ji' SS5��tf>  Londo" ����<lay displayed  the Stare
shock produced   by   a ���nnsidprahle increases I "nd Stripes in honor of the first prerf-
rie0''nHT1neBraifh^,?;      The   present   conference   has   been   dent of the United States.    As usual
- .   i  m!ti.��� n'f^i S?%  the most protracted and the most to-  the day will he marked   by   a great
, but meteors often travel m J^**^^ in thig clty between  ban'l��et at which several Americans
���.t. ���,. ��,������ -hoar* 1 will speak.
TWO ENGINES SCRAPPED
IN COLLISION AT MacLEOD
M.II till.        Uk       ** v. ..      v..         	
asked if his company was interested   the speaker switched on ner uisouuiou
1.. *hm atovoctnn movement.   He said: 1 to tell a semi-humorous   incident,   it]
in tlie Steveston movement,   ne sam  | *������ -*��� -���--, woman
���The story is entirely without foun-  was alI t��rpi In that    man
dation.    Our company  has  no Inten-   who makes up ms or nei
railway men. The company has been
represented at the daily meetings by
two   general   superintendents, F. F.
to go to Steveston or anywhere else."  take up and succc
Mr. Holt called attention as well to   -t==inn fieh
Victim of Wreck.
Victoria, Feb. 23.���The body   of   a  J,"".  Br"-". ������ .   .   _.
-   ���       ..._-_..   lU���   Busteed, of Vancouver, and A. Price,
y, and D. C. Coleman the gen-
rintendent of car service at
Train Crews and Passengers    Escape
with Only Slight Injuries���Dozen
Freight Cars Wrecked.
bo
 ���raw* ^ an-afflMirjag ^���BBBB:^B
army mission field must^.have a deal Adcable    ,���,������,     Unno,a Winnipeg
an   official   announcement   from    tho  of ��****��*,*����� *"   **     .Straits,
bead office of bis company in Toronto  great \o\e for the worn. I
made a few weeks ago that Port Mann
had heen officially settled as the Canadian Northern terminus in British
Columbia.
It having been reported that a
change ln plans had been discussed
with the government this phase of the
matter was referred to Premier   Mc-
World's Champion Typist Makes
New Record in Local Speed Test
Macleod, Alta.,   Feb. 23.���A   south         ml .
,,ir"I passenger  train  from  Calgary   Bride for a statement.    The premier
^^^ said that he had never heard of it.
collided with a freight at West Mac
l(."l(l   Junction    shortly     after
"���clock yesterday afternoon.
Some passengers were slightly hurt,
two,
Miss Rose Fritz Is surely the queen
of the typewriting world, and by the
finished exposition she gave   In   the
Imt
Waitress Murdered. ,         - .
Everett, Feb. 23.���Minnie Soroggins,   Modern   Business   school   yesteruay
a waitress,   aged   twenty-three,   was  added further to her reputation.   N<
Both engines were scrapped and   a' shot and killed last night by a saw- whnt the testi au looked alike
flown freight cars completely wrecked,   mill  employee  named   Payne   In  the ]n  ^ inUlal   tryout>   8he
Cefni?ZCreW^8Ca^Wl^0nl^Karant Wh6re ^   Cm" I struck 113 words per minute and dup-
Heated this in a blindfolded minute,
the latter with but one error.
One of the most severe trials was
island,    Hecate   """������f-o-
,w        ..1    The employees of the company who
iA ** I are interested in the discussion   are
^=  the   trainmen,   both   passenger   and
freight, all the passenger conductors,
freight brakemen and other men engaged in train work.    The men are |
seeking a general increase in wages
to compensate them for the great Increase in the past years ln the cost of
living in the west.
It is conceded by the company that
-���-- -.^  Ithe increase is to be granted but the
Never once does Miss Fritz look at   schedules are of a very complicated
Washington's birthday dinners will
also be held in Paris, Berlin, Rome
and other European capitals.
WILL LAY CONNER STONE
OF ASYLUM ON SATUROAI
work of Miss Fritz, of Brooklyn, New
York state
Lieut-Gov. Paterson Will   officiate  at
Ceremony���Members of City Council Invited to Attend.
An event which ls of paramount Importance in this region will take place
none seriously.
SAYS PANAMA  CANAL
MUST   BE   FORTIFIED
Bt r
ployed.
Siren in Port^	
Puerto Cortez, Honduras, Feb. 22.���
1 The former  United    States
ui, Feb.
2.-Colonel Gaedke   a'Siren, whose recent mysterlou^Se-1 when"she was asked to aM> numb*r
'fling military  criHcdlscusTes   in' ments have caused alarm In some Cen.| of figures mentally, and she did this,
'p Tageblatt from a military point of  tral American circles,   arrived    here
*��* the fortifications of the Panama  last night, flying the Nlcaraguun flag.
��'innl ^^^ ^^^
^  mu.     Hum    Ml       OI.I.UU..	
I the  keyboard, thus carrying out  the  and intricate nature and all of these  FX# ^^^
rday. | principles of the Modern School man-  must be considered with the utmost  on Saturday when at noon Lieut-Gor.
.   No  agement, who teach this method, as it  care.    The adoption of the schedules  Paterson will lay the cornerstone  of
Is   in   their    opinion,    conducive   to, will  mean the payment of a certain  the provincial asylum for the rec��e-
speedler work and. us was proved bv ] sum in excess of that at present paid  tlon of the inteane at Coquitlam.
the work of Miss Fritz, does not add I to the employees amounting   in   the.    Premier McBride, with many men��-
to the percentage of mistakes. j aggregate  to hundreds of thousands  bera of the legislature, will be preu-
I of dollars.   The prosperity of the com-  ent, as well as members of the Wcst-
pany as well as the Increase In the  minster city council,
cost of maintenance Is urged as a rea-      Messrs. Seabold and Jones, of  the
son   why   the  requests  of   the   men   Royal cafe, have been entrusted witta
should be met. ' A      ' ***��*. ��������,...mrnments. and ml~
He says the United States po
In the Pacific ls very   unsatis-
owing to lack   of   warships,
sitlon
factory
Jjnlcli are practically concentrated on
"'" Atlantic.
p'n the event of war with Japan, the
1 luli|, |,ine,      ^"" **^*m
LEASE IRRIGATION
COMPANY TO C. P. R.
writing at the same time at- the rate
of 22fi words in 120 seconds.
Copying an excerpt from "Aunt
Martha's Corner Cupboard and holding a conversation was made to appear very simple, at least to Miss
Fritz, and she hung up a new worlds
,ppk , "woidk faV. a"pr'e. 7n"'a few I Alherta Railway & Irrigation companv j record whenujh.1 clipped, off Uie words
^��. he says, and Pearl Harbor in 'approved of leas lng or selling the com-1 at 126 per mmp.   w ^ ^ ^
mg
London. Feb. 22.���At 11,special meet-
today  the  shareholders    of    the
H
wall,
?;raKr;;,tackonherwonderful.record
Rv.^M:0_ullB,M.��a!"y be ��*P.tured; I L'*^:^ y."*^11^^,,^ A?eBix"i^'r cin"*. wortlB""ln"Vho"~und "ofthe   seconds
:vpr>''lilng  depends toi   the   United ' return for an annuity or six, p��r mi. '""���;.���""��� t "wlnK   to  her   somewhat
adds the critic, upon t.h.   early, on the capital stock. Mr. Gait, of Mont-) jjjj^'jggg^ ^a8 unable to get
States
1]
���XiTr ln ,l,e Paclflc of "ie pow-  real, explained that the company was, �����ra ��" ���"; ;~dg of her   top
Br'.l Atlantic fleet. I mainly dependent on the co-operation, within twenty nine wumo
of the C. P. R. and he could forsee   a  figures. ^ ^ Mig8   ^   ^
^lonel Gaedke concludes with   the ,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
' S(,||ioii that it is to the most ores*  conflict of interests unless the agree-,      ------ ���-   . ....    -       tmt)ort.
^ interest   of the United  States  to   ment   was   approved.    The  C.   P.  R.' looked upon .In the ��gM of an Import
fe"/? the cana   at hot    end.above  could afford io spend money   in   ad-  ant event was evident^ ������owj
8,1 "ie Pacific outlet, and   that   the  vance   of   the times and wait for re- ed attendance and f��' ����_ "* ,/7n
���    -   ��� ���   ���   th,    the    compnny    could   days many of those present win   in
a * ���--__-_        ^**n wt wa **       Ta**.       Htt\ HlDt O
.��. 8 lllso must, be made defensive  salts,  but
"Kainst iand attack. not do.
dark corners attempt to emulate the
EDDY LOVE LETTERS
the banqueting arrangements, and *I-
  . together the day Will be   an   epneb-
POSTMEN OF 8EATTLE I making one in the hlstorv of the nn��-
HAVE REAL GRUDGE  nicipallty.      During     the     luncheon
  ! speeches   will   he   delivered   by   the
Seattle,   Feb. 22.���Charges   against  lieutenant-governor, the premier andl
William Copestlck, superintendent of  others.
the Seattle post   office,   have   been  1 ���
made by four former letter carriers,   PREVENT SALEOF
who allege that they were dismissed
from the service without a hearing ori  ^���^p^p^p^p^^_
having any chance of defending them-1 Boston, Feb. 22.���Adherents of themselves. The ousted men have-engaged late Mrs. Mary Baker G. Edir, heacT
Mllo A. Root, a prominent Seattle at- of the Christian Science church, today
torney, who will forward the charges are jubilant because of the making- tit
to congress, demanding an Investiga- an injunction permanent which die
tion over the head of the postmaster supreme court had granted tent-
general. I povarily preventing the sale of certain
 I alleged love letters written by  Mrn.
Oppose Reciprocity. Eddy.   The case will be argued in the
Winnipeg, Feb. 23.���The board    of  spring,
trade, by a vote of sixty-nine to thir-     Former Secretary of the Navy John?
teen, went on record yesterday even- D. Long will represent tbe Eddy l��im
ROSE, FRITZ,
. lng as opposed to reciprocity.
in the pending contest.
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PAGE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY 23
191),
Wants
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
(A) TWO LOTS on Hamilton street,
near Eighth, fruit trees and stable.
.1050.    Terms.
WANTED���FURNISHED ROOM FOU
young man; must be close in. Box
If, Daily News office.
YOUNG WOMAN DESIRES SITUA-
tion as general servant. Apply B.,
P. 0. Box 29, City.
WANTED���A GENERAL SERVANT.
Apply mornings, Mrs. Birrell, 115
Koyal avenue.
(B) TWELVE LOTS In west end.
$500 each. One-third cash, balanci
six and twelve months.
PRIEST IS DEFIED BY
MEMBERS OF BIS PARISH
(C) FIVE LOTS on Sixteenth street
and Seventh avenue. $3700. Terms
one-third cash, balance six and
twelve months.
WANTED���SITUATION BY CANA-
dian man, steady work by day or
week; good teamster. Address T.
G. Dobson, Burquitlam, P. O.
WANTED ���SITUATION BY RE-
spectable woman, any kind of work,
by day or week; good plain sewer.
Address Mrs. T. O. Dobson, Burquitlam P. O.
(D) GOOD modern six roomed house,
large lot, on Fourth avenue, near
Sixth street. $3600, $000 cash,
balance over two years.
Difficulty    Arose    Over    Question    of
Dancing���English    Pastor    Wanted
to   Replace   Unpopular  Shepherd.
WANTED TO RENT���FURNISHED
house, preferably below or on Royal
avenue.   Apply Box Q., Daily News.
WANTEW���AT THE WALSH SASH
and Door factory, shingle sawyers
Apply at once.
WANTED���WE HAVE TWO CLl-
ents who wish to purchase flve or
six room modern cottages to the
value of $3500, $500 cash, balance on
easy terms. Kellington Bros., Northern Crown Bank block. Telephone 680.
WANTED ��� FURNISHED HOUSE-
keeping rooms; good references.
Apply box 8, News office.
WANTED ���SMALL      RANCH,     IM-
proved,  with  buildings, ln  the vicinity  of  New   Westminster.      Full
particulars to Vancouver Brokerage i
Land, 02 Hastings stieet east. '
(E) ON FIFTH STREET just above
Fourth avenue, two houses on lot
liaving 200 feet frontage on Fifth
street and 105 feet deep, all in
lawn. Only $10,500. $2000 cash,
balance over five years at 7 per
cent.
KELLINGTON & HENDRY
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Northern Crown Bank Block.
Columbia Street Entrance.
Phone 680. New Westminster
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
LULU ISLAND���Beautiful home on
city boundary, main road and near
car line, up-to-date seven roomed
house, modern plumbing and heating; barn, etc., on flve acre lot.
Price $8500; one-third cash. Adjoining flve acre lots selling from $1000
per acre up.
CITY���West end lots between Sixteenth and Eighteenth street, 50x132
feet; $450 up.
TO RENT ��� ROOMS, MODERATE
rent, suitable for couple or two
gentlemen. No children. Apply at
42S Eleventh street, or J. Gray's
jewelry store
SAPPERTON���Lots close to Richmond street beautifully situated and
partly cleared;  $325 each,-
CITY���Cosy home off Second street,
modern house on 50x100 foot lot,
level and cleared; $1850; $400 cash.
FOR SALE���FIVE ROOMED HOUSE I
on Eighth street, between Third and
Fourth avenues. Price $1000, furniture included. One-quarter cash,
balance on easy terms. House now
bringing in $20 monthly rent. Apply
311 Knox street, Sapperton.
FOK SALE���DRIVING COB, BUGGY
and harness, can be seen at Bell-
Ingle's stable;  for quick sale, $120.
FOU SALE���FIVE LOTS ON THE
Edmonds water system���streets being opened. Each lot 60 by 242 or
over, with frontage on two streets.
Al soil. $450 and $4)32.50; one-quarter cash, balance six, twelve and
eighteen months, lf you want one
<ome today. D. C. Patterson, Edmonds.
PORT KELLS ���Chicken and fruit
ranch of 8% acres, as, a going con-j
cern; seven acres cleared and cultivated, laid out with 200 bearing fruit
trees; seven roomed house, barn,
green house, etc.; $1200; terms.
SHERRIFF, ROSE & CO.
Real Estate, Insurance and Conveyancing, Notary Public
Phone 832.     646 Columbia St.
A FEW GOOD BUYS
LULU ISLAND waterfrontage on main
channel within city limits. 350 feet
at $30 per foot.
FOU SALE ��� BURNABY, BEAUTl-
fully located and entirely cleared
large lots, between Vancouver and
New Westminster, at half real
value; on electric tram, small payment down, small monthly payments. No interest. Call quickly,
1108 Dominion Trust building, Van-
(:ouver, Telephone 8365, or 613 Columbia street, New Westminster.
Telephone 087.
FOR SALE���CHANCE FOR PORT
Mann workmen; comfortable, neat
scow house, in very good condition,
three rooms, etc. Apply 208 Front
street. City.
TWO CLEARED LOTS on north side
of Dublin street, between Eighth
and Tentli streets, for $650 each.
TWO LArsGE LOTS on Archer street,
Sapperton, for $275 eacli. Name
your own terms.
Regina, Feb. 22.���The Regina Standard says:
Largely as a result of differences of
opinion between Rev. Father Sulfa,
parish priest of Regina, and English-
speaking members of tlie Roman Catholic faith a very considerable move
lias started for the the securing of a
priest of a different nationality and it
it. likely that should Rev. Father Suf-
fa be elevated to the bishopric, advantage will be taken to divide the congregation and form two parishes.
There has for some time been a feeling in Roman Catholic circles that tho
cause of the church in the city would
be better served by tlie establishment
of a separate parisli for the English-
speaking communicants. There are
now nearly Soo English-speaking members of the church in Regina, and it is
felt that in justice to them as well as
In the interest of the church they
should have a pastor of their own nationality.
An  Open   Break.
The undercurrent of feeling lias
been evident for some time, but It was j
not until last week that an open break
occurred. Direct defiance of the advice of Rev. Father Suffa by a section
of the English-speaking church men
lead to a situation that at the present
time threatens to become more or less
of an open rupture. Father Suffa has
resigned his position as chaplain of
tlie Knights of Columbus and thus signified that he is at variance with tlie
members who have crossed him.
Forbidden to Dance.
It was all over a dance. From the
pulpit of St. Mary's church, Uev.
Father Suffa forbade his flock to
dance. He advised that dancing waa
contrary to tlie teachings of the
church and requested that all who
were loyal should not indulge in this
fascinating pastime. Then there was
a social function under the auspices ofl
the Knights of Columbus, at which
dancing was a feature, and tlie reverend father took this as in direct eon-1
traventlon of his expressed wishes. |
Accordingly lie resigned his position
as chaplain of the Knights of Columbus, out of protest, and announced the
fact from the pulpit on Sunday.
Became More Open.
With this outward evidence of the1
difficulty, English-speaking members
of tlie church became more outspoken
in tlieir opposition to Rev. Father Suffa. and the move for a separate parish was given new impetus as a result.
Some even go so far as to suggest a
means of obtaining the separate parish. It. is pointed out that the church
owns a very valuable property on the
1 corner of Twelfth avenue and Corn-
I wall street, and this if sold would realize enough money to give the new parisli a good start. Should this property
. lie sold, the proceeds, It is said, would
i be devoted to tlie purchase of a new
; church site in the western part of the
. city.    The present site of St. Mary's
lea.Time'Jalks
1300 Varieties of Tea
Of the 1300 kinds of tea, some must be
better than others. Among these better teas
"Salada" Ceylon Tea towers high as the sunny-
mountain slopes on which it is grown.
The plantations of "Salada" have the best
advantages of soil and climate. The tea plants
are the choicest, and only the tender leaves and
buds are used. "Salada" comes to you in sealed
air-tight packages preserving its delicacy and excluding all outside taint of dust and dirt.
Aik your ttocasr far " Sakda" Tea or *en4
for ��� free trial package which makea IS
cupi at delicioa* tea. Ve will mail it to
you without clurce. Saa* whether you "aa
Black. Mixed or Qreea Tea and tha . rica
^^^^^^^^^^ you pay per pound,
��**, ���Jr The "Salada" Tea Co.
20.W0^Jw. 32 Yon��*Stre* Toronto
Railway Time Table,
B. C. E. R. Westmintt.r
Br��nch,
Cars leave Vancouver for _ew w
%
Weak Day Scheaul.
ve Vaucouver
minster at 5:00,   B:G0   ,���������>,,
7:20 and  8:00 a.m., and ev    '''"'
hour thereafter (inti! L1:30d    ^
Cars leave New Weatmlnstsr for v
couver al 5:<J0, 5:50 1 "h ,-.-,   itr
and 8:00 a.m., and ev'e"ry ���'���'  ";2��
thereafter until 11 :m, ,,,;,    " --,
8unday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for !.ew ���*,
minster at 6:00,   7-in,    u.-,.
9:00 a.m., and everj half hour I
after until 11:30 p.m,
Cars leave Nt-w   Went
I Dil
couver at 6:00,
'iuiin��t.r for v,
h:?.Y8:00��a��:M
_^-^-^-^-^_ hall hour tUHri,,���J
until 11 p.m. u(le'
Eburne   Line.
a'm;: ??d every ha" l">ur ther
Cars   leave   Now   Westminster
a.m. and every hour until n
at! I
P-m.
is owned by the Oblate Fathers.
Bishop's   Palace.
The  Idea has been  prevalent   that
the site at tho corner of Twelfth avenue and Cornwall street would be used
for a bishop's palace when the new incumbent for the diocese of Regina is
selected.   A prominent member of the
church,   however,  points  out    to   the
I Standard today  that  this is unlikely.
: When thc bishop's palace is erected in
Uoginu it will require room for a score
, or more priests who will come to Regina for tlie retirement period of eacn
j year.    The ground on the   downtown
(���orner is, therefore, too small, and it
! is  likely  that another site would  1, ���
\ secured in a quieter neighborhood.      I
Suffa    for    Bishop.
The   feeling   is   growing   that   Rev.
Father Suffa will  lie the new  bishop
for tlie. diocese of Regina.     That   he
stands high in tlie counsels of the (Mi-
late  Fathers,   the   predominating    Roman Catholic body in the west, is undoubted.   As a result of the recent difficulty, of course, it  is expected that
there will develop some opposition to
the appointment   from   the   English-
speaking members of the faith.  That
it  will be successful, however, seems
unlikely  from  information  which  the
Standard has been able to gather   today.
English-Speaking   Pastor.
There will not likely be any opposi-
! tlon to the appointmenl of an Engllsh-
, speaking pastor for St. Mary's if Rev.
! Father Suffa is promoted. For years
I the church lias been casting about for
; a suitable man for the position, and on
one occasion a prominent Irish priest,
j was selected. Some reason arose,
i however, which prevented bis coming,
1 and  no change was made as a  result.
��� ���������������������������������������������
��� ���
�� -SEVEN DAYS." ��
-������*., *i p.m,
Cars leave Vancouver at 7 a.m J
every hour until 11 |,���, '   \
On  Sundays cms leave West .tot*}
at 8 a.m. to 1 1 p.m.
On Sundays cars leave Vancouvw _
S a.m. to 11 p ni.
D.   J.   Stewart,  Local   Manager, Nt��
Westmlruter.
This is the stamp of approval put on
"Seven   l>ays"  by   Alnsee's  Magazine:
"A veritable scream from the rising of
the first curtain to the falling of   the
final curtain."   The writer of the fore-j
going   might   have    added     that     the
laughter  doesn't   end   with   the  play,
but recurs whenever one thinks of the
wit and tun lii it.    This comedy is all
the more attractive from the fact that
its persons are of the twentieth century   smart   set.     Its   fun   is   drawing
room fun.   To be sure It gets into the
kitchen and climbs to the roof, bul lt
carries  the  drawing  room   folk   along
with ii     Underlying the laugh-creating qualities of "Seven Days" Is a decidedly interesting story of love    and
lovers, such as all the world has liked
since the beginning of time:    "Seven
Days" will be ncted at the Westmln-
Bter opera bouse   tonight    by   a distinguished   New   York   cast.     Messrs.
Wagenhals \- Kemper are sending the
play here right from the Astor theatre
in N'ew Vork. where it is In its second
year,   ind with a Broadway cast and
production,    lt  will be the best thing
of the season.
Great  Northern  Railway.
heaves    New    Westminster  mi
a. m.; arrives Seattle 3:15 p. m.
Leaves New Westminster 1:02 p,mj
arrives Seattle 7:15 p, m.
heaves     N'ew     Wist minster   4 - og I
p.m.;  arrives Seattle 9:40 p.m.
Leaves    New    Westminster  12: is |
a. m.; arrives Seattle 6:45 a, ra.
Leaves  Seattle  8:05 a. ni.; arrival
New Westminster 2:50 p.m.
Leaves  Seattle  12 05 p. m., arrival
N'ew Westminster 5:56 p.m.
Leaves   Seattle  4:35 p.m.; arrival
N'ew Westminster 9 26 p. m.
Leaves Seattle 11:45 p.m.; arrival
New Westminster 6:30 a.m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves  N'ew Westminster daily, ��l
cept   Sunday   from   bridge lwssenesl
station   3:60   p.m.;    anhes at PortI
Guichon 6:.'JO p, in.
Leaves    Tort    Gulchon   y   ' ail
daily, except Sunday; arrives it Not
'Westminster bridge passenger statical
10:20 a.m.
Was   Found   Dead.
N'ew York, Feb. 2L���Albert II. Sutherland, the theatrical manager, and
husband ot .1 nlia Ring, the actress,
was found dead in bed this morning
at his home on Upper Broadway,   Mr.
Sutherland Was about fifty years of
age and was widely known both here
and in Europe.
G.   N.   R.���Sutras   Branch.
heaves   Sumas   6: 10   a m;  arrlrtd
bridge passenger station. New Wenl
!minster,    I0:2u   a.m.   daily  es����pl|
j Sunday.
heaves    N'ew    Westminster  brM(jt
passer*, er   station   3:50  p.m.; Mtill
'Sumas 8:00 p.m. daily except Sunday.
CANAHIAN PACIFIC
** B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
10:00 a. m Daily except Tuesday
1:00 p. m  Daily
TO SEATTLE.
10:00 a. m  Dally
11:30 p. m  Daily
SS. Iroquois Sunday nights and
Tuesday mornings.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Daily except Sunday
TO   UNION   AND   COMOX.
5:00 p. m Kvery Monday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p.m. March -I, 14, 25, April 4, 15, 2,")
TO  QUEEN  CHARLOTTE   ISLANDS.
11:00   p.   m	
Two trips per montli, dates to be
advertised us far in advance as possible.
TO HARDY BAY LOGGING CAMP
8:30 a.m Ever  Monday morning
WESTMINSTER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday, Wednesday, Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m... .Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
ED. GOUhET,
] Agent, Westminster.
I H. W. BRODIE,
G. P. A., Vancouver
FOUR ROOMED COTTAGE on Nanaimo street, near Sixteenth on full
sized lot, for .1000. $400 will handle
this, tlie balance arranged.
SIX ROOMED HOUSE with basement, chicken house and fruit, on
Seventh avenue and Eighteenth
street near B. C. E. R. cut-off. Price
$1000.    Cash  $500, balance easy.
MODERN   SEVEN   ROOMED   HOUSE
with thoroughly improved grounds
on St. George street. $4200. Cash
$1000.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
JO AUD    OF    TRADE��� NEW  WES'l
minster Board of Trade meets in tn*
hoard room. City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
quarterly meeting on the tmro
Thursday of February, May, Augusl
and November, at e p.m. Annual
meetings on the third Thursday of
February. N'ew members may b<
proposed and elected at any month
ly or quarterly meeting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
HECTOR  McCAIG, Manager.
THURSDAY,
FEBRUARY
Direct from Second Year at the Astor Theatre, New York
WAGENHALS & KEMPER CO. PRESENTS
P. PEEBLES
FOR SALE���Seven roomed house,
modern, lot 00x132, twelve splendid
fruit trees. Price $3500; $1000 cash,
balance one, two, three and four
years at 7 per cent.
I. O. O. F. AMITY LODGE, NO. 27
The regular meetings of tills lodge
are held in Odd Fellows' Hall, cor
ner Carnarvon and Eighth streets
every Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Visiting brethren cordially Invited
to attend. George Adams. N.G.; W.
C. Coatham, P.G., recording secretary; ,1. VV. MacDonald, financial
secretary.
FOR SALE���The prettiest cottage in
New Westminster city, Double corner, close to Columbia street. Price
$5200. Terms, quarter casli, balance one, two and three years at V
per cent.
IS	
^^P. PEEBLES
Real Estate Broker and Finance Agent
Accident and Fire Insurance.
620  Columbia  St.,  New  Westminster.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���fflce 'Phone 118.     Barn 'Pfcone 1��
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   3*
any part of tke city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Gold Watcleg for Ladles from 912.75 1 office���tpam DEPOT
Silver Watches, gents' open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gente' open caee,
|7.50 up.
Agent tor Waltham and Kigm
patches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Gardiner & Gardiner
(F. G. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
1 Room 6. Westminster Trust Building
_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ New Westminster, B. C.
j. wo Doors from Geo. Adams' Grocery   "hone 661 Residence Phone 133
PROFESSIONAL.
J. STILWELL CLUTE, barristerat-
law, solicitor, etc; corner Columbl i
and McKenzie streets, N'ew West
minster. B. C. P. O. Box 112. Tele
phone 710.
WHITESIDE, KDMONDS &. JOHN
ston, barristers and solicitors,
Westminster Trust Block, Columbia
stieet. N'ew Westminster. W. .1
Whiteside, II. h. Kdmonds, Adam S
Johnston.
WADK, WHEALLER, McQUARRIf 6
MARTIN���Barristers and Solicitors
Westminster offices, Rooms 7 and S-
Gulchon block, corner Columbia ani1
McKenzie streets; Vancouver of
flees, WIlMams building, 41 Gran
vllle street. F. C. Wade, K. C:
A. Whealler, W. G. McQuarrie, G. E
Martin.
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT
H. J. A. BURNETT. AUDITOR AND
Accountant. Tel. R 128. Room
Trapp block.
STENOGRAPHY    ��    TYPCWRITIIMf
MISS M. BROTEN, public stenographer; specifications, business let
ters, etc.; circular work taken.
Phone 415. Rear of Major and
Savage's office. Columbia St.
FREEMAN     BUNTING,    ROOM     2?
Curtis Block.   P. O. Box 694.
FI8H   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT
Game. Veiretshlps, etc. Dean Block,
next to Bank of Montreal
By Mary Roberts Rinehart and Avery Hopgood.
Biggest comedy hit that has every struck  Broadway."���Munsey's Magazine.
"Most amusing comedy ever produced in America."���Channlng Pollock In the Green Book.
"A laughing wonder."���N. Y.
Times.
"Doesn't give time to breathe
between laughs."���N.  Y. Globe.
"A comedy Jewel."���N. Y.
Commercial.
"Screamingly funny. Funniest
in  New Vork."���N. Y. Tribune.
"Veritable conspiracy of fun.
Convulsed its audience."���N. Y.
World.
"Whole magnum of fun.   One
long laugh."���N. Y. Sun.
"Constant   laughter."- <
Herald. . ������, ��� riot
"A scream, a k"��<*0,,t'oamed?
of laughter.    Funniest   tf" y
New ��� York   has   seen.     ���
Evening Telegram. ^
"Real  gem of the sea=
N. Y. Telegraph.
To be offered here with entire Broadway cast and production.
Seats ready at McKenzie's Pharmacy, Tuesday February
Prices, $1.50, $1.00, 75c.
NOTE.���The audience is requested to be aeated at the rise of the first curtain as the action
immediately.   Don't mist the Burglar. ill
m
THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY  23,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE.
"
,,   ,|   BUCKLIN,
"j.,es. aud Geni. Mgr.
N.  BKARDShEK,
Vice-President.
W. F. II. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
__. LUMBER  CO., LTD.   =====
Manufacturers   and   Wholesale  Dealers in
f=ir, Cedar  and   Spruce Lumber
Shingles,  Sash,   Doors,   Mouldings, Etc.
NEW CHECKS WILL BE
PUT ON IMMIGRATION
CATHOLIC CLERGY
MUST AVOID POLITICS
Restrictive     Legislation     Will     Make
Open Door at Ellis Island Partially
Closed One in Near Future.
If you^want something choice for Today's Dinner, ring up Phone 101 and order a nice roast of
Spring Lamb, Veal, Spring Chicken or anything else
that is good in the meat line.   You can sure get it at
P. BURNS' MARKET
Columbia Street
New Westminster
Clearance Sale
OF
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIR TCH
The W hite House
617 Columbia Street
Jewelry
Up-to-date line of Solid
 I     Gold Jewelry at ... .
I Cfaamherlin's ,
THE
EWELER
Official   C. P. K'y Time Inspector
RUBEROID
,   ?jf��0OFINC "J
STANDARD fOH IS YIAS3
/��� -VVi   .���{"���'',m'' _______|___| ______H
YOU MAY DW��~-* BUT YOU CANT���
We carry a full line of Ruberoid Roofing in 1-2,
1, 2 and 3 ply.
SOLD UNDER AN ABSOLUTE   GUARANTEE.
T. J. Trapp & Co.. Ltd.
��������*
Razors, Strops, Barber
Supplies,  Etc.
AT
Ryall's .Drug Store
PHONE 57. EYES TESTED BY GRADUATE  2
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Washington, Feh. 22.���That further
checks are to lie placed on immigrt-,
tion and that the "onen door" at Ellis|
inland  will  hecome more or    less    a
closed door if restrictive legislation is'
enacted, is evidenced in a report and '
recommendations of tlie Immigration
commission    recently    submitted    to
congress.
The L'nited States nearly has reached the limit of its assimilative capacity, so far as caring for the millions
constituting tlie cheap lahor market of'
Europe is concerned. Mighty as it is,
it can no longer welcome these foreign
hordes without grave peril to itself.
Tlie immigration commission has outlined a restrictive program, conservative and yet effective.
It believes that drastic measures
shall he undertaken to protect tlie
l'nited States against criminal and
other undesirable classes. Aliens convicted of a serious crime within a
period of five years after admission
Should he deported, it recommends-
the president should appoint commissioners to make arrangements with
such countries as have adequate police
records to supply emigrants with
copies of such records, and that thereafter immigrants from such countries
should he admitted to the United
States only upon the production of
proper certificates showing an absence of convictions for crimes; any
alien who becomes a public charge
within three years after Ids arrival in
this country shall be subject to deportation, at the discretion of the secretary of commerce and balor.
To Correct Abuses.
Tlie commission has pai.I careful attention to the subject of protecting
the immigrant against exploitation; of
discouraging him in his habit of sending liis savings abroad; of encouraging him in gaining permanent residence and naturalization in tlie United
States.
The better distribution of alien immigrants throughout tlie country is
imperative, believes the commission.
One of the means to accomplish this
purpose, according to the commission,
is lor the states to enact laws regulating Immigrant hanks and employment agencies. Aliens who make it
tlieir business to keep immigrants
from influences that may tend towards their assimilation and naturalization as American citizens should lie
subject to deportation. A far-reaching Bystem of information for Immigrant settlers should he established.
The general policy of excluding Chinese laborers Bhould he continued and
tiie question of Japanese and Korean
legislation Bhould be permitted to
stand so long as the present method
of restriction proves to tie effective.
The commission makes this important finding:
"Our investif ations show an over-
supply of uns llled labor in basic industries to an estent that Indicates an
oversupply of unskilled labor in the
industries ol" the country as a whole,
and therefore legislation is necessary
that will at the present time restrict
further admission of such labor. It is
desirable that a sufficient number be
debarred to produce a marked effect
upon the present supply of sueii unskilled  labor."
Among the methods of restricting
immigration outlined by the commission are the following:
Methods of Restriction.
The exclusion of those    unable    to
read or write in some language;    the
limitation of the number of each race
arriving each  year to a  certain  percentage of the average of that year
arriving    during   a    given period    of
years;    tlie    exclusion    of    unskilled
laborers unaccompanied by wives   or
families;  limitation of the number of
', immigrants arriving annually at   any
port; material increase ln the amount
I of money required to be in the posses-
j sion of the immigrant at the port of
|the arrival:  material increase of the
I head tax;  levy of the head tax so as
*,o make a marked discrimination in
! favor of men with families. |
! "The old immigration was essentiall J
I one of permanent settlers," the report
savs. "TJie new immigration Is largely one of individuals, a considerable
proportion of whom apparently have
���no intention of permanently changing
their residence, their only purpose In
coming to America being to temporarily take advantage of the greater
wages paid for industrial labor in this
country. It appears that at least 40
per cent, of the new immigration
movement returns to Europe.
"It Is clear that the tendency of the
new immigration is towards industrial
i and citv pursuits rather than towards
I agriculture.   This has produced a condition of congestion and expanded the
| slum districts."
Orders Issued By Archbishop
Bruchesi, Bishops Emard
and Archambault,
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Valleyfleld, and Bishop Archambault,
of Joliette, will issue strict orders to
their priests and to all members of
religious orders under tlieir guidance
to confine themselves in future to
tlieir calling and to the advice of the
Holy See, by having nothing whatever
to do with any political discussion,
and by ceasing to show any preference
to any political party or faction.
For weeks past a bitter controversy
has been going on between French
Libera) newspapers and Nationalist
organs, but the matter arrived at an
acute stage on Thursday, when Kev.
Father Hermiis Lalonde took up the
cudgels on behalf of the so-called Nationalist newspapers, and in a signed
article in Le Devoir, endeavored to
justify the conduct of thQse who, while
banishing from the colleges some of
the French newspapers, tolerated and
encouraged the reading of others.
The same evening, it is stated, the
chief editor of a Montreal paper, was
called to tiie archbishop's palace, and,
as Bishops Emard and Archambault,
who had attended during the day a
function at the Montreal college, had
been forcibly detained there by the
storm, the interference of some members of tlie clergy in politics was discussed at length, with a result that
could not leave any doubt In the minds
of those present. I
The three dignitaries of the Catholic
church will, it is said, issue forthwith strict orders to their clergy, advising those who have shown public
preferences for any political party to
refrain in future from so doing.
It is also stated that instructions
will follow, advising the heads and
directors of colleges and educational
institutions in the archdiocese of Montreal, and the dioceses of Valleyfleld
and Joliette. thai not only political,
but all newspapers are henceforth to
be kept out of the colleges and that
protection of certain sheets must be
stopped   immediately.
An   article,   which   appears   in   Le
Canada    of    this    morning,    entitled
"Politics and the Clergy," emphasizes
tlie contention that the church forbids
expressly  tlie  unwarrantable  interference of tlie  clergy  in  matters of    a
purely  political bearing.    Le Canada,
in the course of its article, adds that
it   lias  recently    received  the    testimony  of competent  authoiities as to
the occurrence it takes exception to���
the clergy's interference ln politics.
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result  of  a practical Joke, a barber
living at Artesian has been arrested
on  the charge of  disorderly  conduct
because he partially shaved the head
of a resident of the town, the complaining   witness  against  the  barber
being the wife of the Individual thus
decorated.   The individual was Frank
Ott, whose eyebrows also were shaved
off.   When he left the barber shop he
i was a sorry sight.   He reached home
i In due time and his wife was greatly
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THURSDAY,  FEBRUA
RY 23,
1911.
The Daily News
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TEXT OF TREAH
W.Tfl JAPAN PREPARED
Limitation   of    Emigration to    United
States Left to Honor of Nipponese
,   ���Sensation in Senate.
THURSDAY,  FEBRUARY  23,   1911.
COTSWORTH AND HIS METHODS.
Auditor Cotsworth must have been
sorely disappointed that after all hi3
elaborate preparations to produce a
thoroughly stage-like effect
reading of his interminable report on
Washington, Feb. 22.���The text of i
new treaty with Japan, designed to replace that cf 1894 and drawn with thc
special design of eliminating the restrictions upon immigration contained
in  that  treaty,  was  laid  before  tho
senate yesterday    by President Taft.
I The essential differences between the
'��� proposed treaty and the existing con-
I vention is said to be that it omits all
reference to all such restrictions and
I leaves to the national honor of Japan
the enforcement at her own ports o>
the i the limitations upon emigration from
Japan now expressly placed upon lm- r
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  migration into the United States.
Tuesday night, there was only a baro      The document is said   to    provide
,      ��� ,   , ������n��� �����. i that either country may denounce tho
handful of ratepayers as a gallery for  t].eaty _t ^ ^ q[ �� ^^ .f jt
The said gallery; fails to operate as expected.
Because it embodies this radical de
Kiini to perform to.
MISS GRACE GODDARD
The Englishwoman who   Is rapidly
! bringing out all that is best and good
___________________________^m_ .JC^��..��C .a ~ --. ���   in the young girls and women of tlie
��ccnpants displayed but a lukewarm  parture from t]ie existing, treaty and  city from a physical   culture    stand-
interest in the proceedings, and most  touches  the question  ofltje  deepest  point.
in i ' ,       importance and interest to the Pacific. 	
of them found so little to prove entei-  ^^ ^ . lnjection ot this convention Eighteen   Natiors   Confer.
^ini.,? in the performance that they  into the closing hours of the    sixty-      Cairo, Egypt, Feb. 22.���Eighteen na-
wmu.**- v firgt congress creRted a sensation.        tions, including the United States, are I
���leparled   long  before  Its  conclusion.:     Tha(. thg new treaty wjh encounter  represented at the fifth international |
ve*- do not wonder either at the small  opposition seems certain, even if    it congress for the amelioration of the j
. should be speedily reported to the lot of the blind which opened here to-
attendance or the lack of interest, tor genate from commjttee without seri- day. The conference will give special
most of the citizens have by this time  0us controversy within thft committee  attention  to measures  for combating j
Auditor at his real value
room,  the    western  senators  are ex-
__^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_,the  spread  of ophthalmia.     Miss   Et
sized up Mr. Auditor at ms reai vmus  p~cte'd t0 insist upon opportunity for  ta J. Griffin, of the Library of   Con-!
and have become utterly weary of the debate which will develop the full ex-  gross at Washington, is one of the few I
' ... tent of their opposition to the treaty.      women   delegates  attending  the  con-1
very sound of his name and tne meu-^    ^ president.s action in submitting ference.
���Mon of his report. this treaty has created great surprise _____
,_,���__-.    Tnpsrtav  in congress,    the    only    persons not
The   whole   business   of   Tuesday  ^^ *nawarefJ ,iejng   Ule members
ht  wore a more ludicrous   aspect  of ti,e  senate  committee on  foreign
Auditor perch-  relations,  who,  at  a   dinner
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Saturday, February 25
OVER AYEAR IN
NEW YORK
SIX MONTHS IN
CHICAGO
Hi;     ^^^
than ever.
To see Mr.
at  a dinner  recently
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ given  to  them  at  the White  House.
��d np in a specially constructed box, were informed by President Taft of
Ti.e a pulpit, declaiming with egotist!- what the administration had in hand.
���cal fervor, like some pedagogue or -
ranter, with the members of the council ranged below, reminded one of
some little Bethel of old time. It was
annoying to see so much time wasted
d. Mcelroy
Phone  R672.
toy the re-reading of this all too   familiar and much-discussed document.
It has already been read through once,
published in the two local and other
-papers  which  circulate  in  this   city,
and then printed In   pamphlet   form,
���wiih a wonderful index, a "foreword,"
11 lengthy treaties on an auditor's duties, comments on the aldermanic system,  etc.���all  presumably  emanatins
t"rom the pen and brain of the remarkable individual who has assumed the
������������������������������������������������
��� ���
��� Tramway Collision. ���
��� Vancouver. Feh. 23.���As a re-   ���
��� suit of applying the emergency   ���
��� brakes too sud lenly in order to   ���
��� avert a collision on the Eburne   ���
��� line of the B. C. E. U. yester-   ���
��� day afternoon, three passengers   ���
��� were slightly injured, and later   ���
��� taken to the irosplt.'.l. They will   ���
��� he  out again  tomorrow.    Tlie   ���
��� cars  were   undamaged,  bare 1)    ���
��� coming in contact. A misunder-   ���
��� standing   of   orders   was   the   ���
��� cause of the mishap. ���
��� ���
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tootte The public and the council have
kad enough of this affair without any
further waste of time?
Why does not the council put an
t��nd to these farcical proceedings by
taking the report as read, discussing
siny part of it that may be necessary,
ileeide upon some action in regard
thereto, and dismiss Mr. Auditor and
toe done with him. For surely if lie
<an claim forty dollars a day, he cannot be looking for a permanoy. If
.Moses Ti. Cotsworth considers himself called to the office of teacher,
preacher, dictator and general director
*ni human affairs, there are lots of
openings for him on the other side of
the boundary 'ine. with salary to boot:
tout the reo;:le oT'NjBW Westminster
seem utterly sick of his presence and
ien  Palace  yester lay.    Those    r��
ceived  were  mainly
and official circles.
from  diplomatic
Bank of Montreal
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ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00
   RESERVE         11,000,000.00
Notice Is hereby given that an ap-1 Branches throughout Canada rnd.
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U received in sums of $1  and upward,
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are issued and paid up.
(hi    The name of the lake, stream
or source (if unnamed, the description
is)���Unnamed    stream    on    Lot    17, i
Group   2, New   Westminster   district, |,
flowing into Fraser river.. i
(c) The point of diversion���I v abou'.
the Fra-
per cent,
(present rate).
Total   Assets over  $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
of his tomfoolery and wish to be quit
ol him. . j 200 feet from its mouth- at
Nearly a year has been spent over ser river on said Ijot i-lX .
this audit, work which we think could
have been performed by a qualified
chartered accountant in a month. Mr.
Cotsworth informed Alderman Lynch
that hls report was completed when
this report was issued.     If this Is so
(d) The quantity of water applied
for (in cubic feet per second)���One-
tenth of one cubic foot.
(e) The character of the proposed
works���Dam, pipe or flume and pump.
(f) The premises on wliich the
water is to he used I describe same)���
Cannery   and   buildings   on   Lot   1'
m
we should very  much  like to   know  Group 2, known as the In^lstrial Can'
what he has boen doing fussing ahout.   nery. _^_fl
at the City hall since that time, some
sax months since? And again we ask:
What is the real position of this offlc-
iens official? What is he to be paid
for his supposed labors? It is ridiculous to expect that Moses B. Cots-
fiunli is the man to work for nothing
(g) The purposes for' which the
water is to be used���Industrial and domestic purposes.
(j) Area of Crown land intended to
be occupied by the proposed works���
None.
(k) This notice was posted on the
15th day of February, 1911, and application will l.e made to the   Commis-
all these months, or that  he will re-  sloner on the 20th day of March, 1011,
main satisfied with the $1800 paid to
him for services up to May. The ratepayers are certainly entitled to know
exactly how this matter stands.
As to the report itself, its quality
vas not improved by the cheap witticisms and mischievous inuendoes with
which the reading was interpolated on
Tuesday night. To us It seemed that
the most significant and the most seri-
-ous part of this wonderful document
lay in paragraphs 24 and 25, to which
the auditor added the comment that
he had help up the wrong-doers by
"quiet methods" and suggested that he
(1) Give tlie names and addresses
of any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to be a-
fecte. by the proposed works, either
above or below the outlet���None.
Attach  copy  of  such  [arts   of  the
Company's   memorandum   of  association as authorize the proposed application and works.
The   Glen   llose   Canning   Company
Limited. Q
(Signature)    J, M. McDonald,
Manager.
(P. O. Address)    New tyestmlnste"
Copy of part of Company's memoran
dum of association:
(g) To record,' divert, take and
carry away, water frbm'any st-eam.
river and lake in the Province of Hrlt
had thus saved them from having to  lsh Columbia, for the use of their bu 1
take extreme measures  to save their  ness, and for that purpose   to   erect.
honor. The contents of these two paragraphs and the auditor's comments
thereon (whatever they may mean)
throw a good deal of light upon tho
basis of tbe aspersions contained in
paragraph lia and others of a like nature, and suggest the real origin of
the trouble and pain and upleasant-
ress that has been set up by this re-
jport.
build, lay and maintain dntns, aqueducts, flumes, or other cohduii pipes
and to sell or otherwise dispose of
the same.
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(of   howls I   against   the   Van-
... spoils (of Vancouver).    They
.'! ..foresaid)  did it again yesterday
.vening ' Wednesday night) when thev
horizantilized two thousand  six  hundred and thirty one (2631) pins while
. ir opponents only succeeded (man-
to  lay  low  two  thousand  two
hundred and" thirty (2230).
Miyone doubting (or presuming   to
the veracity   (of the above
is hereby presented  with
question)
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boys   (of
If the Westminster
Westminster)  ever manage    to
nonnce  (correctly)  tlie name of
, ���    they will represent the other 13.
...    resident    (dwellers)    of   Royal-
.  si the Spokane howling tournament   i Spokane, correctly pronounced
:���   Sf.ok-kane, Spuk-ann, Spoke-
: gpo i kanne, Spo-kalm and H>me<
��� .- Spokane. The Little Hee favors
. ,   ;.;-, ;��� j.ronounciation.)
��� to keep tlie trouble in the
, to speak, the Kelly-Douglas
rholesale  grocers)
qi rge Adams iiuintette
. i bombs
��� Ight
and     the
muscled  ex-
down  the  local  alleys
Here  is   what   happened,
Annapolis, Feh. 22.���Much interest
is being taken at Annapolis in the
comin . lacrosse season, tlie game having earned a high place among tlie
sports in vogue, though this will he
only the fourth year it has been played here. Only five games will he
played this spring, but each one will
he against a team of higli standard in
the lacrosse world, and the midshipmen will have an excellent opportunity of finding out just how high they
stand in this line.
Tbe season will open on March 30,
in a game against Johns Hopkins, of
Baltimore. On April 4 Cornell will
play the midshipmen, it being the first
time the teams have met. Lehigh will
play on April 13, and Harvard on April
19. This last game will probably be
played while the Harvard baseball
siiuad is here. The season will close
on April 27, with a game against
Swarthmore, admittedly one of the
strongest of the collegiate teams.
It  is admitted that the midshipmen
have  done   remarkable  work   in   lacrosse, and are playing tlie game at a
high standard for the short time it has
been used at the academy.   Several of
lhe members of the present squad, Including  Hill, the    captain, and Ford,
joined   the   team    when    they    were
fourth classmen the year it was play-
. ed.    Old players from Johns Hopkins.
New   were l)ie flrgt instructors of the mid-
P���* sbipmen,  but  last season   the   naval
0 I lads turned on their preceptors   and
i defeated them.    Academy teams have
I also  won  from  Harvard,  Lehigh   an 1
j Columbia.
The team will be coached this sea-
1 son by George Finlayson, a noted player from the Montreal Lacrosse   club.
I Just  now, several of the members of
I the lacrosse squad are playing basket
1 ball or are engaged in some other indoor sport, bul  held work will begin
just as soon as the weather permits.
Tlie members of last season's  team
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The  annual    hall    of  the    Modern
Woodmen of America was held In St. i
Patrick's   hall   yesterday   evening,     a ���
large number  enjoying  the occasion.
Art AiuWberg, and not A. I-I. Oor-
I don, made  fb*> highest   break  in    the
1 Chamberlin   cup     billiard    match    in
Vancouver on Tuesday evening.    An-
derberg run up thirty-nine before calling a halt.
I Beautiful view lot facing scliool.
! Price $500, easy terms. House and
\ lot on Fourth avenue, Burnaby, price
$000. Tlie Peoples' Trust Co., T. H.
1 McCormick, manager real estate de-
I partment. **
The body of William Bretherion. the
; young man who was killed last Friday
! while walking along the railroad track
hetween    Nicomen and Mission, was
! buried   in   Vancouver yesterday afternoon.    As far as could be learned he
had no relatives in this province.
HOSPITAL
Westminster P^vate Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terms from
$15 weekly. p'or further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 755.
The S. S. Marmion made a recor.l
voyage from Victoria to this port yesterday, bringing in two thousand barrels of cement for Messrs. Gilley Bros,
in tlie fast time of five hours and al*
few minutes. The Marmion, owned by !,
the Victoria Portland Cement company, after unloading, left for her
home porl, an dis due to arrive in
these parts again in the course of a
few days with another load.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up $0,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
Tlie Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Rico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
Several fine lots on Eighth avenue, on upper side, near carline.
Price $650.00 and up for inside lots;
$750.00 for corners.
These are fine view lots.
11
The People's Trust Company, Ltd.
451 Columbia St.
T.  H.   McCORMICK.
Manager Real Estate Department.
New Westminster, B. C.
Phones 646, 669.
Walter   Pulford,   of   Winnipeg,   and
one of the best known   men   in   the
druggist's   sundries   line,   arrived    in
the city yesterday and  registered at
the  Russel   hotel.     Mr.   Pulford   who
had  not   been  in  this city   for   over
twelve  months,   was  pleased  at   the
wonderful improvement here since his
last visit.   "No city I have seen in my
years of travelling has shown me one j
half the  progress   wliich   I   find   in
Westminster, and I hardly   recognize I
the principal thoroughfare.     There is l
only one thing." he continued, "where
yon arc behind, and I, as  a travelling]
man, consider it an important one.    I ' Office
We Have lt!
The famous Wellington
COAL
���   RING UP 56  ���
Before your bin is Empty.
HOLLIES
and other ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice imported Dutch Stock
at the Nursery, South Westminster,   or   on   the   Market,    FRIDAY.
Now is the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
who will try again are Hill. La Moun- 'refer to the scarcity of sample rooms]
Westminster Coal Co'y
W. N. CLARKE, Mgr.
Corner Columbia and Sixth Sts. |
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
tain,   Hamilton,  Gilmore,   San    Horn,
,��� j, a  .-   ���..���-���  _���.n ���i��. i Iff  Eyck,  Perley,  Ford  and   McDon-
���   .nrrci-t    n   everv   particular.       ,,     ,\ , u <��� .��.
��� .'   .     ..     ', tie   .    Others who are members of   he
-,.   subtraction.   multlplicaUon, d        Glen        R        M M
, and  percentage errors alone   ,.,.,_  Hiu.,u,x.k| ,.. u   Hr0NVIli 1)avU1.
excluded. ____ Ison.   Lay   and    Robertson.      Recruits
i from the new class are Wiltse, Cohen,
Cunnock, Carey and Steele.    An effort
will he made lo interest Gilchrist, the
football player, in lacrosse.
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where men in my line of business may
lay out our goods so that the local
merchant may see at a glance just
what we carry. Travellers tell their
companions of tho road merits or demerits of cities visited and the absence of sample rooms certainly tells
against  your famous city."
Kelly-Douglas.
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HERE'S   SOMETHING   FOR
TEN-PIN   BOWLERS   TO TRY
i ��� md, Feb 22.���The Cleveland
Press bas .'included a wonderfully
I -.-.ling tqurnament, which
l.a- attracted a great deal of attention The Press rented two alleys for
two nights,  and   invited    bowlers    to
;��� te, gratia   Three prizes were offered for the bowlers who could MISS
the !������' pins the greatest number   of
times.     Bowlers    rolled    until    they
knocked down a pin and then retired.
At first glaiu-e the thing looked Him- >      p^p^M
pie, but when men of national   fame
like Louis   Fran*   fell   down    on    the   LARGEST
third shot and ex-clty champions fell I
���I"- lirst  shot, the  possibilities]
be  me apparent.   With the 4*8 spilt
and n full-si/ed ball, the trick of aend-
itic the sphere between the pins isn't
easj    The winner succeeded in roll-
lng 29 halls before he knocked over a
Pin    The lecond man rolled LO, and
t��o tied at 13.   Scores of   spectators
Sat from seven to twelve o'clock both
Bightl to enjoy  the  spectacle of the
local cracks "breaking their   shovel"
the first crack out of the   box.      The
tournament  did  not  cost  the   Press
more than $50 and the Interest it cre-j
ated and the advertising   It developed
more than made this worth while.
Plan on Securing    Permanent    Coach
with  Assistants���Opposition.
New  Haven, Feb. 22.���A change in
the football at Yale has heen recom-
mehded by the alumni advisory committee, and is now being considered by
the school     The scheme Is to have .1
��� permanent  coach, like Haughton,   at
I Harvard, with four or flve assistants.
Tlie plan which Captain Howe is said
to be in favor of is the securing of
Howard  .Tones,  nl   a   salary   of  $6000,
. and four men to help him.
Tlie plan is bound to meet with
strenuous opposition. The claim is
made that, despite large profits made
iu football, the plan would he too . x-
penslve. Another criticism is thut it
would bring a charge of professionalism against Yale If a high salary is
paid lo the football coach. The main
reason for urging a change is, of
course, the fact thut no Yale team
lias been able to cross Harvard's goal
line since the full of 1907,
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��� ���!
4 Veto  Bill  Read. ���
��� London.   Feb.   2?,.���The   flrsl ���
��� reading of tlie veto bill in the ���
��� house of commons passed yes- ���
��� terday  evening  by  a  vote of ���
��� 361 to 227. ���
��� ���
FORTUNE    EVER
LEFT   BY   A   JOCKEY
TO BE HOPPE'S MANAGER.
Ni
Georgetown    Football   Star    to  Taks
Charge of European Tour.
w York, Feb. 22.���George Walsh,;
el  wn'i football star, who kicked
a fit-id Koal In the Virginia game, just.
1 '; H was most needed, last fall, has
decided to desert the held of coilege
etlcs, in which he has shone    in
"���"���!��� k and  baseball, as  well aa  upon
,h(' gridiron, in order to accept  tho
management of Willie Hoppe's Kuro-
ard tour.    Walsh's    appointment, however, comes, not because of
Is athletic ability, but because Willie
evidently  intends    to    keep    all    the
'" "'    he can In the family.    Walsh
la a brother of the girl  whom  the
hampion took as his bride fol
lowing a little elopement Incident lust
London, Feb. I!-.���No surprise was
occasioned today by the announcement that the late Tom Loates, one of
the greatest of Hughs, jockeys, left an
estate of $721,780. This Is believed to
he the largest sum ever amassed hy a
jockey, but it is not within $150,000 of
Louies' total winnings, as he was a
good sport and had disposed of much
of his property before his death.
Practically all of Loates' fortune
, was made in riding.
French Armored Cruiser.
Paris, Feb. 23.���Admiral Boe De
Lapeyrere, minister of marine, asserted in the chamber of deputies today
that the Preach navy ought to he
strengthened by the addition of two
armored cruisers. He advocated the
adoption of a naval program for a
term of years.
Slavery in Alberta.
The Lethbrldge council passed the
following: "Resolved, that, the flre
department purchase the following
equipment���1000 feet of hose, four
horses, three more men, etc.''
SKAI.KI) TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned and endorsed "Tender tor Erection of Lobnitz Rock
Breaker No. I," will be received at
this office until 4 p, m. on Wednesday,
March 1. 1911, for the erection of a
Lobnitz Hock Breaker, for use In British  Columbia.
Plans, specification and form of contract can he seen and form of tender
Obtained at the office of William Henderson, Ks(|., Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C, and also at the office of
the undersigned in New Westminster. B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the forms supplied, and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and places of
residence. In the case of firms the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of residence of each
member of the firm must be given.
Kach tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payahle to the order of the Honourable Minister of Public Works, for
one thousand dollars ($1000), which
will he forfeited if the person tendering declines, to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fall to
complete the work contracted for. If
the tender he not accepted the cheque
will he returned.
The department does not bind Itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
Bv order,
H. A. BAYFIELD.
Superintendent of Dredges.
Department of Public   Works, New
Westminster, February 17, 1911.
Newspapers will not be pa'd for tbU*
advertisement if they insert it with '
out authority from the Department.
I
CHINAMAN   WILL   FLY
IN   HIS   NATIVE   LAND
SNAP
San Francisco, Feb. 22.���Fung Ouejr,
J Chinese, will leave here for his na-
'|V|' land tomorrow, taking with him a.
"Miss biplane ln which he intends to:
'"ll|i<- exhibition Mights,   lt ls believed
ant he will he the lirst aviator to riso
"nm the ground of China.
'bii; Quay has heen experimenting
"Kb aeroplanes for about  two years,
'" nas constructed several machines
'""' '"'''' mishaps, has recently gained
���ticcess in bin nights. He has made
' M 'dy of his craft and lias Invented
'"':;i1 contrivances to facilitate lly-
���&    The machine he   is   taking   to
���una is of hls own construction.
""' aviator |H financed by six or hi*
"Al1 countrymen, residents   of   Oak-
"" ', who will accompany him on Ills
;'-' The llrst flights will be essayed
'' Hong Kong and Canton.
I
New 7-Roomed House
Twelfth street, between 6th and 7th avenues.
Beautiful view of lower river and Gulf of Georgia.
72 feet frontage on Twelfth street.
$3500, on terms
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address,   622  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists   ���
I Have the Following
Houses Listed With
Me Exclusively for
Quick Sale
Seven roomed house on Warren Avenue. Thoroughly
modern; woodshed, workshop, chicken house. This
is close to Third Street car line. House has good foundation. Price $2,800, $650 Cash. Balance to be arranged on good terms.
Four roomed house, not modern, on Ash Street. This
is a new house, situated on a large lot. Chicken
house at rear. Price $1800. $500 Cash. Balance
$15 per month.
Seven roomed house on Seventh Avenue, near Fourteenth Street. Thoroughly modern. Basement. Price
$2800.  One Third Cash.   Balance on good terms.
Five roomed house, thoroughly modern. Full sized
lot, beautiful view, nearly new; has furnace. Price
$2600? $1200 Cash, balance to be arranged on easy
terma   This house is situated on Hamilton Street.
/ have a large amount ot money to loan on   good
security.   Must be improved City or Farm Property
tm
W. J. KERR, LTD.
Telephone 170
614 Columbia Street New  Westminster FAGS SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   FEBRUARY
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23> 1911
LIFE INSURANCE
CITY LOTS:
(a)
Columbia street lot, 66 ft. frontage, rental $170
per month, price .      .      .      $40,000.00
Two lots, Eighth avenue, 18th street, $1,375.00
Five lots, Seventh avenue, 16th st., $3,700.00
Corner lot, Third avenue, below Eburne car line
cut-off, .      .      .      .      .      $3,000.00
Inside business property, 66 frontage on Columbia St., only $800   per front foot; only vacant lot in this
locality.    Lot on Sixth ave, between Eighteenth and Twentieth sts., $895.    This  is $105  below  market
value.
MOUSES:
Modern 8-roomed  house,  Third  avenue, near
Sixth street $4,750
Modern 6-rooms, large lot, Fourth avenue, near
Sixth Street, ($500 cash handles this) $3,500
$500 cash, $20 a month buys a nice cottage on
Alberta street.
5-roomed modern cottage, new, Sixth avenue,
near 3rd street, .      .      .      .      $3,000
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
FIRE INSURANCE
COQUITLAM
46 acres, North Road,     .      .      $350 per acre
SURREY
20 acres, improved, lots 12 and 25, group 2; fencing, drainage, good house,       .   $650 per acre
DELTA
Five acres, N. E. 1-4 sec. 25, tp. 4, $350 per acre
Five acres, section 36, township 4, $500 per acre
Two 10-acre blocks,  S.E. 1-4 section 13, township 4 $200 per acre
LULU ISLAND
Lulu Island, 3.15 acres in city; all cleared, 350
feet water frontage,       .       Price $30 per foot
Lulu Island, 1800 ft. water frontage, 40 acres,
 $25 per foot
Kellington & Hendry
Northern Crown Bank Block (Bank entrance)
Vhhii
Accident Insurance
'Phone 680.     P. 0. Box 40
Automobile Insurance
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.1 THURSDAY,   FEBRUARY 23,  1911.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN.      ]
LAND ACT NOTICE.
NeW Westminster Land District. Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that Edward Hawkins,
f Vancouver, occupation bookkeeper,
"tends to apply   for   permission   to
Kliuse    tlie     following     described
laSnmeDcing at a post planted on
... beach on the east side of the
Agamemnon channel and joining T. L.
ST 41966 on the north side and murk-
S.Edward   Hawkins;   S.   W.  corner,
,,���,e B 60 chains to line of limit
Mn 39713 thence N. ��0 chains along
������: to beach, thence south and west
irL beach to place of commencement and containing 80 acres more or
less.
 ���    EDWARD HAWKINS.
JAMES A LEWIS, Agent.
November 28. 1910.
Mew
Take
UAND ACT NOTICE.
Westminster Land District. Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
notice  that  Cecil   Killam,  of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation barrister
; Lv   Intends  to apply for permission to purchase  the   following   de-
a-ribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
,hP beach about Hi  niiles northeasi
������, K. mont Point, Jervis Inlet, and
Z "   '   -r.  KiHam's  Northwest Cor-
�����" thence east 20 chains, thence
" 'ii, 20 chains, thence west 20
rhains more or less, to beach, thence
along beach to place of coin-
and   containing  40
linr'h ^^
mencement
mure or less
mission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at. a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail 4 Vfc
miles north of Green Lake, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 cliains,
thence east 80 chains, thence north
80 chains to point of commencement,
being northeast corner post of lot applied for, containing 040 acres more or
less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Mary Augusta Bridge.
February 21), 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Anna Maud
Duggan, of Vancouver, occupation
widow, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on tbe Pemberton Trail 1%
miles in a northerly direction from
Green Lake, thence north 80 chains,
tlience east 40 chains, thence south 80
chains,-thence west 40 chains to a
point of commencement, being south
west corner post of lot applied for,
containing 320 acres more orFess.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LKWIS,
Agent for Anna Maud Duggan.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
^^_^^_    CECIL KILLAM.
J. A. LEWIS, Agent
Dated November 2'i, 1910.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District. Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that Clint E. Dicker-
maD of Vancouver, li. C, occupation
lumberman, intends to apply for per-
mission to purchase the following de
scribed lands:
Commencing at  a post planted on
,.,. beaCb in Hillings Bay, Nelson Is-
. |   aml joining  P.  R.  No.  1078 and
Larked   "C.   B.   Dlckerman's   North;
east Corner," thence soutli 60 chains
,'..  ,. wesl   80  chains,  thence north
.,   ' ,| .i.s    more  or  less  to    beach,
.'...,   , ..-icily  along beach to  place
oi  ommencement, and containing 320
.   more or less.
CLINT E. DICKERMAN.
J. A. LEWIS, Agent.
Date November 28, 1910.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that Maude A. Hopkins, of Vancouver, occupation married woman, intends to apply for per-
acres j mission to purchase the following
lands: Commencing at a post plant
ed on the west side of Green River
and four chains north of Green Lake,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, tlience east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to point of
commencement, heing southwest cor
ner post of lot applied for, containing
040 acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Maud A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
south SO chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to the point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
SAMUEL S. ANSS.
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, C. A. Crys-
dale, of Vancouver, occupation insurance manager, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post about, half mile north of T. L. lot
1970 and two miles west of Haslam
lake, thence west 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to the point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
CHARLES AGNEW CHYSDALE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that I. Charles A.
Bodie, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about l>/_ miles north of T. L.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned and endorsed "Tender for Erection of Lobnitz Rock
Breaker No. 1," will be received at
this office until 4 p. m. on Wednesday
March 1, 1911, for the erection of a
Lobnitz Rock Breaker, for use in British Columbia.
Plans, specification and form of contract can be seen and form of tender
| obtained at the office of William Henderson, Est)., Resident Architect, Victoria, B. C, and also at the office of
the undersigned in New Westminster, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will not be considered unless
made on the forms supplied, and signed with their actual signatures, stating their occupations and places of
residence. In the case of firms the actual signature, the nature of the occupation, and place of residence of each
member of the firm must be given.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, payable to the order of the Honourable Minister of Public Works, for
one thousand dollars ($1000), whicn
will be forfeited if the person tendering declines to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so, or fall to
complete the work contracted for.   If
lot 1978 and two miles west of Has-,
lam    lake,   thence   west   80   chains, | the tender be not accepted the cheque
tlience north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, tlience south 80 chains, to the
point of commencement, and containing 040 acres more or less.
CHARLES A.  BODIE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis
Haw-
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
New Westminster  Land  District. Dis-
trist of New Westminster.
Take notice that  Leslie L. Dicker-!
man, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation
lumberman, intends to apply for peril to purchase the following de-
. ed lands:
Commencing at a post  planted  on
the beach on west side of Sechelt Inlet, ami ai the  northeast   corner  of
I ��� N"  :::', and marked "L. L. Dick-'
in,'   Northwest    Corner,"   tlnnce
.    <:   ins. tlience easl .0 chains,
/h  B0  cliains,  thence  casi
lialns more or less to the beach,
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Lionel E.
eis, of Vancouver, occupation photographer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
west side of Pemberton Trail, 3.2
miles north of Green Lake, thence
north So chains, thence east 80 cliains,
ihence soutli So chains, thence west
so chains to the point of commencement, being the southwest corner post
of lot applied for, containing 640
acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agenl  foi- Lionel E. IlaweU
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Mabel Lucy
Paige, of New Westminster, occupation married woman, intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about two miles north
of T. L. lot 9 ^^
Haslam lake, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east
80 cliains, thence north 80 chains to
the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
MABEL LUCY PAIGE.
Dated February 17. 1911.
will be returned.      ^^^^^^^^^^
The department does not hind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order,
H. A. BAYFIELD,
Superintendent of Dredges.
Department of Public   Works, New
Westminster, February 17, 1911.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
advertisement If they insert it without authority from the Department.
WATER    NOTICE.
ENGLISHMEN    MURDbKED
BY   NEW   GUINEA   NATIVES
Brisbane, Aus., Feb. 23.���Word was
received today from Papua, a division
of tlie island of N'ew Guinea, of the
massacre of Staniforth Smith, the
British administrator of Papua, two
white officers and a party of natives
by inhabitants of the interior. Smith,
accompanied hy the officers, twelve
native police and fourteen carriers,
left Port Moresby, the capital of Papua, on November 18, to explore the interior. The party was last heard from
December 7. Subsequently searchers
were sent out and these have failed to
return.
Two natives who accompanied the
Englishmen arrived at Gouribari with
the tidings that all the rest of the
party were killed by the natives.
RAILROAD PROHIBITS
SHIPPING Of SNAKES
North Carolina Man's Flourishing Industry Comes to
an End���Sues Roads.
Motor   Boat   Show.
New York, Feb. 21.���Installation of
exhibits at the national motor boat
show, which opens in Madison Square
Garden tonight, was completed today
Kaleigh, N. C, Feb. 22.���In Swain
county Manuel Weeks, an enterprising
woodsman, succeeded in building up a
profitable business in shipping rattlesnakes to the east. That part of the
state produces a superior breed of rattlesnake, and New York scientists and
naturalists bave been paying $5
apiece for good specimens.
Weeks owns considerable land in
the mountains.    Most of the land   is
Officers of the army and   navy, OUt-l?0"' bu* " ab0.ndB in raUlesna*es
suls and naval attaches of foreign gov-! A -New ^ork Professor on a vacation
ernments and representatives of all
the leading eastern yacht clubs will
attend.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
Notice   re Bylaw.
Notice is hereby given that the
"Building Bylaw 1910," and the
"Streets and Sidewalks Bylaw 1910,"
are now in force, and copies of same
may be obtained by parties requiring
them at the City Clerk's office.
In future any person   intending to
looking around for specimens of flora
and fauna, saw some snakes and wanted a few for his collection. Weeks
agreed to catch them and ship them
and did so. The fame of the snakes
spread over New York, and other
naturalists wanted specimens.
The business was going briskly until one day a careless messenger dropped a box of snakes nnd smashed it
on the floor of the express car. The
messenger left the car in haste and
the crew were summoned for a general killing.
It was an exciting time and delayed
erect a building   or to   make   alterations in buildings must first make ap-   traffic.   Weeks not only failed to real
plication for a permit at the office of! ize on that consignment, but the ex-
the Building Inspector, City Hall.
W.  A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, February lfi, 1911.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK   notice   that   Gerald   E.
Bridge, of Vancouver, occupation master mariner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands? Commencing at a post
planted on Qreen River, Pemberton
Trail, four miles north of Green Lake,
,  .���__ .��� ,     .   thence north SO chains, thence east SU
west along beach to | chains, thence south SO cliains, thence
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V. of
the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a li-
"1..""    lu        T."~u j ipense in the  Westminster Division of
16 on the west shore_of^.ew Weatmin8ter Dlstrlet.
(a) The name of Company in full���
The Glen Rose Canning Company Limited.
The head office���New Westminster,
B. C.
Th'e capital, how divided, showing
amount paid up���$25,000 divided Into
$2500 of .in each, of which 14G0 sharts
are issued and paid up.
i hi    The name of the lake, stream
New Westminster Land District.    Dis-  ()I. 80urce (if mm;ime(ii lhe description I
trict of New Westminster. lis)���Unnamed    stream    on    Lot    17,
TAKE NOTICE that I, Isabelle Mc-1 Group   2. New   Westminster   district, i
Farland. of North  Vancouver, occupa-   (lowing into Fraser river,
tion married woman, intend to apply,     u., The point of diversion���Is abou;
for permission to purchase the follow-1200 feet from its mouth at   the Fra-
ing described lands:    Commencing at  ser rfver Dn said Lot 17.
a  post   planted about  half mile south!     {[\-    The quantity of water   applied
of T.  L.  lot  1368  and one mile east   for  ,jn cut,ic feet per   second)���One-
of Haslam lake, thence east 80 chains,  tenth 0f one cubic foot,
thence south so cliains, thence west SO      (e)    The character of the  proposed
chains, thence north SO chains to the  works���Dam. pipe or flume and pump
LAND ACT  iVOTICE.
Re block 8, subdivision of northwest
quarter of Section 16, Township 12,
Map 893. in the District of New
Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of cer- j
tificate of title number 12254F, issued
in the name of Hector Ferguson, has
been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall, 1
at the expiration of one month from
the date of tbe first publication hereof,
in a daily newspaper published in the
City of New Westminster, issue a I
duplicate of tbe said certificate, unless
in tlie meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of TitU-s.
I Land Registry Office,
New  Westminster, I?.  C, January
28. 1911.
press company sent an order to the
agent at Bryson City to accept no
more snakes for shipment. The next
time that Weeks appeared with a box
the agent suggested that rattlers were
persona non grata.
Weeks has sued the company for
$5000 damages, probably on tha
ground that it is acting as a restraint
of trade.
point  of commencement, and containing 640 acres more OJ less,
ISABELLA McFARLAND,
By D. O'Hara. Agent.
Dated February  17. 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
commencemenl   and   containing    320
���   more or less.
LESLIE L DICKERMAN.
J. A. LEWIS,  Agent.
Date November 29, 1910.        	
LAND  ACT  NOTICE.
west SO chains to poinl of commence
ment, being southwest corner post ot
lot applied for, containing 040 acres
more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Gerald E. Bridge.
February 20, 1911.
Dis
if)    The    premises   on    wliich    th
water is to be used (describe same) ���
Cannery* and   buildings   ou   Lot   17,
Group 2. known as the Industrial Can
nery.
(g) The purposes for which the
water is to be used���Industrial and domestic purposes.
(j)    Area of Crown land intended to
I be occupied by the proposed   works���
None.
(k)    This notice was posted on the
AUCTION SALE OF TIMBER BERTH
COVERING   DOMINION   LANDS.
iPENSION  CONTROVERSY
WILL NOW BE  SETTLED
Washington, Feb. 21.���The pension
appropriation bill was reported to the
senate today, carrying $156,688,000.
This is $72,000 in excess of the amount
of the bill as it passed tlie bouse.
There have  been  controversies between tbe senate and house over the
pension agencies for tbe last seven or
| eight years.   It is understood now that
this fight will be settled by President
| Taft, who proposes to abolish twelve
of the eighteen pension agencies and
! consolidate the work in large districts
that now exist.
Under tbis understanding the senate
amendment probably will be allowed
in the bill.
Dis-
Ne.v Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKK NOTICE that Margaret j
Ethel Matthews, of San .lose, occupation widow, intends to apply for per-;
mission in purchase the following de-,
scribed lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the west side of the Cheak-
amua river and one mile north of
Daisy Lake, thence west 40 chains,
thence north 160 chains, thence east
4" chains, thence south 160 chains
along lhe Cheakamus river to point of
commencement, being southwest corner posi of lot applied for. containing
,;-" acres more or less.
Si| ned) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agenl lor Margaret Ethel Matthews.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT  NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE  NOTICE  that   Molly   MeCla
rey, of Vancouver, occupation milliner, intends to apply for permission to
purchase    the    following    described i
lands:    Commencing at a post planted
on   the  Pemberton   Trail,  2Vs   miles
north of Green Lake, thence north 80
cliains, thence east  80 chains, thence j
soutli SO cbalns, thence west 80 chains'
to point of commencement, being the
southwest corner post, containing 64;1'
acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS,
Agent for Molly McClarey
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE  NOTICF. that I. Clinton    P.
McCormick. of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permissioa 15th day of February, 1911, and apph-
to purchase the following described cation will be made to the Commis-
lands: Commencing at a post plant ei sioner on the 20th day of March, 1911.
about two miles south of T. L. lot 1031, | (1) Give tbe names and addresses
on tbe east shore of Haslam lake, of any riparian proprietors"or licensees
thence east SO chains, thence south 80 who or whose lands are likely to be a'-
chains. tlience west 80 chains, thence fected by the proposed works, either
north SO chains to the point of com- above or below the outlet���None,
mencement, and containing 640 acres      Attach copy of such  parts   of the
Company's   memorandum   of  associa-
more or less.
CLINTON P
McCORMICK,
tlon as authorize the proposed applicn-
Dated February  17,
By D. O'Hara, Agent,   tion and works^
1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Di;
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Kate Corey, ofl
ouver,   occupation   saleswoman,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described   lands. |
Commencing al a post planted at the
line of lot 107 on Summit Lake,
thence  wesl   40 chains, tlience south I
a ins.  tlience  east   10   chains   to,
mil  Lake, thence north along the
lake to point of commencement, being
the northeasi  corner post of lot   ap
piled for, containing 320 acres more or
ll ' B
Signed) WILLIAM   LEWIS,
Agent for Kate Corey.
!'��� '.unary 'JO, 1911.
New Westminster Land District
trlct of New Westminster.
take  notice  that  Georgina   A.
Hopkins,    of    Vancouver,   occupation
stenographer, intends to apply for per-1
mission to purchase the following described lands:   Commencing at a post
planted   nt   the   southwest   corner    of
lot   2106 and  thence north   40 chains I
thence  west   40  chains,  thence   south
40  chains,  (hence  easl   40  chains   to;
point  of commencement, being southwest   corner  post   of  lot   applied    for,;
containing 160 acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM  LEWIS.
Agent   for Georgina
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE    NOTICE   that   I,   John   E
Crawford, of   Vancouver,   occupation J
station agent, Intend to apply for permission to purchase the following de-l
scribed lands:    Commencing at a post
planted about 2*_ miles south of T. L.
lot BIOS and one mile east of Haslam
lake,   thence east   80  chains,  thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80 cliains.
thence south  SO chains to the point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
JOHN B3. CRAWFORD.
By I>. O'tlnra. Agent.
Datet   February 17. 1911.
The   Glen    Rose   Canning   Company
Limited.
(Signature)   J. M. McDonald,
Manager.
(P. O. Address)    New Westminster.
Copy of part of Company's memorandum of association:
(g) To tecord, divert, take and
carry away, water from any stream,
river and lake in the Province of British Columbia, for tlie use of their bu-i
ness, and for that purpose to erect,
build, lay and maintain dams, aqueducts, flumes, or otber conduit pipes
and to sell or otherwise dispose of
tbe same.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
The right to cut timber under
license on Berth No. 531, comprising
the following lands in tlie Province oi
Biitish Columbia, will be offered at
DubUc auction at the upset Trie* of
$400.00, at 2 o'clock p.m., on Wednesday, the 29th day of March next, at
the office of the Dominion Timber
Agent at New Westminster:
Timber   Berth   No.   531,  situate  in
the Province of British Columbia, !n
Township 5, Range 27, west   of   thej
Sixth  Meridian, and  comprising that I
portion of the northeast quarter    off
Section 14, not covered by Berths 423
and 471, and containing an area of 80
acres, more or less.
A license will not be issued until
the full amount of the purchase price,
and the ground rental for the first
year, have been paid.
The conditions of payment, rate of
rental, etc., are contained in the
Timber Regulations, a copy of which
may be secured on application to the
undersigned, or to the Crown Timber
Agent at New Westminster.
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, December 23rd. 1910.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
A. Hopkins.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District.
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Reginald
Berald  Sargent,  of   Vancouver,
Div
Fit/
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE    NOTICE    that      I,     James
Chnrlos  Wood,    of North  Vancouver,
occupation merchant, intends to apply
I*.*.'   IH,.   ,,�����.	
cu-   for permission to purchase the follow-
-'��iii   .argent,   oi    vancouvei,  ui<-��    ��������  i - ---- -        ���        _>������,���,,,,,,.im. ��t
Patlon broker, Intends .0 apply for per- lng described lands.  Owmending g
mission to purchase the following de I a post p anted abou   2% ffl les nor
"crlbed lands:   Commencing at a post  of T. L. lo   916, on the west show 01
Planted  at  the  southwest corner   of   Haslam lake, thence west 80 ohato*,
Id 2106, thence east 20 chains, thence  thet.ee south 80 chains, ttonce east 80
"���nth   50   chains,   thence   west   00  chains, thence north 80 MMtoU��|
chains, thence north 10 chains, thence  point of commencement   and contain
��ast 40 chains, thence north 40 chains  ing C40 acres more> or I es s.
to Point of commencement, being the               JAMBS CHARLES WOOD,
northwest corner post of lot. applied,    Dated February 8,1911.    >
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I. Vernon V.
Hood, of Vancouver, occupation miner,
intend to apply for permission to purchase (he following described lands-
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles north of T. L, lot 916 on
tbe west shore of Haslam lake, thence
north 80 chains, thence west SO chains,
thence south SO cliains. thence east
SO chains to the point of commencement, and containing 010 acres, more
' or less.
VERNON  V.  ROOD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
I     Dated February 17, 1911.
He lot  10, block  10,  Murray's  Addi-1
tion, town of Port Moody:
Whereas proof of the loss of certiil-,
cate of title No. B630A, issued In the
name of Sara Anne Maclure, has been
filed In this olttee.
Notice Is hereby given that 1 shall.
at tbe ex| iratio'.i of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, in a dally newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
C. S. Keith
District Deglstrar of Titles
Take   notice   that   an   application
has been made to register Emma McLaren.    William   Chalmers   McLaren
and  John  Edward    Valillee,    as tbe
owners in fee simple, under a tax sale
deed  from    C.    C. Fisher    to    John 110:00���Timberland
MacLaren. beariug date tbe lst day of j
April, A. D. 1902, of all aud singular
that  certain parcel or tract   of laud
and premises situate, lying and being
tn the  District cf New  Westminster.
In  the  Province of  British  Columbia.
I more particularly known and deserih-
! ed as Southwest quarter of Section 1'.,
Townsliip 7.
You and those claiming through or i
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue of any unregistered instrument,
and all persons claiming any interest
in tlie said land by descent, whose
title is not registered under the provisions of tbe "Land Registry Act,"
are required to contest the claim of
New Westminster
Mail Service
Time Time
of of
Arrival: Closing:
20:00���United States via C. P. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 7:30
8:30���Vancouver via B  C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8.00
13:00���Vancouver via B. C. E. R.
(daily except  Sunday)..11:00
18:00��� Vancouver via B. C. E. A
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
8:30���Victoria via B. C. E. R.
(daily except Sunday).. 8:00
13.00���Victoria   via   B.   C.   E.  R.
(daily except Sunday) . .11:00
7:30���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday).. S.45
15:15���United States via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..16:00
12:30���All points     east and   Europe (daily)     7:30
23:00���All points east   and   Europe (daily)  15:45
12:30���Sapperton     and     Fraser
Mills      (dally     except
Sunday)       7:30
20:00���Sapperton    and     Fra3er
mills      (daily     except
Sunday)   15:45
12:30���Coquitlam    (daily   except
Sunday)   7:30
13:00���Central    Park    and   Edmonds     (dally    except
Sunday)       11:00
1400���East Burnaby    (daily    ex-
Sunday)   13:30
  Strawberry
Hill   and   South  Westminster   (Tuesday   and
Friday)       13:30
Ladner.     Port     Gulchon,
Westham Island   13:30
Annleville,  Sunbury (dally
except  Sunday    13:30
Annacis    Island    Monday
Wednesday     and     Fri-
10:00-
!10:00-
10:00-
.13:30
(Tuesday,
iand    Satur-
.13:30
Land Registry Office, New Westmln-   U)e   Ux   p^c^er   within   forty-five
ster, B. C, February 13, 1911.	
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
contalnlng 140 acres more or loss.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
^"nt   for   Reginald   Flt/.gerald    Sar-
gent,
F"liruary 20, 1911.
Re lots 14, 15, 16 and 17 of lots 7, 39
nnd 40, suburban block fi, map 610,
in the City of New Westminster.
Whereas proof of the loss of certlfl- __ _      	
cate of title number 10511F, issued In  Bpectof" tiie said " land, and   I shall
the name of James Rosebrough Lawry  regl8ter   Emmll    MacLaren,   William
Chalmers   MacLaren  and   John    Ed-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
^^^^_      ���,   ^^^^^^M Intends  to   -,_^^_^^^^^__
N��w Westminster Land District.   Dis- purchase     tho     following    described
trict of New Westminster. lands:    Commencing at a post planted
TAKK NOTICE that Mary Augusta about   IH   miles   north   of  T.  L. IM
il|id.e, of Vancouver, occupation mar 1076, and two mileswest of Haslam
'i'd woman, intends to apply for per- lake
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.   District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Samuel    S.,
Anss, of Vancouver, occupation broker,  chains, thence ivest 80
apply  for  permission    to  south 80 chains to the point of com
llienco east 80 chains, thence
New Westminster Land District
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I,   William   J*.i^^^^^^^^^^^__
Dick, of North Vancouver, occupation has been filed in this office,
broker, intend to apply for permission     Notice is hereby given thnt I shall,
to  purchase  the  following  described at the expiration of one month from
lands:   Commencing at a post planted the data of the first publication hereof,
about one mile south of T. L. lot 1031 In a dally newspaper published in tho
on the east shore of Lake    Haslam. City of    New Westminster,   issue    l
tlience east 80 chains, thence north 80 duplicate of the sdld certificate, unless
chains, thence In the meantime valid   objection   be
^^^^^^^ made to me in writing,
mencement, and containing 640 acres C. S. KEITH,
more or less. | District Registrar of Titles.
WILLIAM J. DICK, Und Registry Office,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.'    New Westminster, B.C., February 3,
Dated February 17, 1911. 1911.
days from the date of the flrst publi
cation of this notice upon you, and in
default of a caveat or certificate of lis
pendens being tiled within such period, or in default of redemption before
registration, you and each of you wi.l
be forever estopped and debarred
from setting up any claim to or in re
day      ,
10:00���Woodwards
Thursday!	
day     	
11:30���Vancouver, Piper's Siding via G. N. R.
(daily except Sunday)..14:20
11:3:0���Cloverdale and Port Kells
(daily except Sunday)..15:00
11:30���Clayton (Tuesduy, Thursday, Friday and Sat-
day       15:00
11:30���Tynehead   (Tuesday   and
Friday)       15:00
8:30���Burnaby Lake  (daily except Sunday' 16:00
10:00���Abbotsford, Matsqui, Hun
tington, etc.  (daily ex-
 -���-r.��� - iU       ,,   .     i cept Sunday)   7:3��
ward Valillee as owner thereof in^����-l15:15_Crescent, White Rock and
And I hereby order that publication
of this notice for thirty days In a
dally newsparer publlsi'ed in New
Westminster, will bn good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia,, this Oth day   of   January,
A. D. 1911.
| C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Albert B. Walworth.
Blaine    (daily    except
Sunday)  9:45
15:15���Hall's Prairie, frern Ridge
and Hazlemere (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday  9:45
11:30���Chllllwnck, Vllncr, Vt.
Lehman, Aldergrove, Otter, Shortreed, Upper
Sumas,   Surrey Centre,
1 via B.C.E.R.  (dally ex
cept Sunday) ....  .... 8:30
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City News
The annual rollcall of Granite lodge,
No. 16, K. of P., will take place this
evening.
Six chairs ln operation at
shaving parlors.   No waiting,
the Hub
**
The Women's Auxiliary of St. Barnabas church, will meet in regular session at three o'clock this, afternoon.
BE IN TIME!
Take out an accident policy
in the Railway Passengers
Assurance Co., Ltd., before
the acsident.
Think this over now.
Don't delay !
DELAY  IS  DANGEROUS
A. W. McLeod
I
INSURANCE
Wood! wood! wood! Wood to burn
at the Walsh Sash & Door Factory.
Phone  413. **
The contract for heating the Y. M.
C. A. building has heen let to James
& McClughan for about $(5000. The
heating of the swimming tank is included.
The Sons of England have secured
the Mackness orchestra for their
dance on Friday evening, February 24,
at St. George's hall. **
George Durrell Smith, the four-
months-old son of Mr, ancl Mrs. Pay-
son Smith, died yesterday morning.
The funeral will take place this afternoon.
Did you see our three-horse load of
wood for $3.00.   Phone 413. *,*
The annual convention of the British Columbia Interdenominational
Sunday school will take place in Olivet Baptist church, this city, on March
li and 7. Delegates from all parts of
the province will be present.
Shingles, shingles, shingles, any
kind you want at the Walsh Sash an.l
Door Factory. **
Rev. Mr. Morgan, a returned missionary from China, will give an address on "Women and Girls In China"
in the Sixth avenue Methodist church
on Fri lay, under the auspices of the
Women's Auxiliary. The lecture commences at eight o'clock.
"Seven Days" is the attraction at
the Opera house this evening. On Saturday "A Gentleman From Mississippi" will be presented, and on Wednesday next "The Kissing Girl" will
be here for a return engagement.
The best kiln-dried wood, a three-
horse load delivered at your shed one
hour after you order it. A three-horse
load for only $3.00.    Phone 413.
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Farmer returned yesterday from Kngland, where
they spent the Christmas holidays.
Mrs. Harriett G. Moore and her sister, Miss Lester, returned yesterday
from Los Angeles, where they had
been holidaying for several weeks.
Shingles,    shingles,    shingles,    any
kind you want at the Walsh Sash and
j Door Factory. **
The Public
Supply Stores
Fl
our
**
9t
Now is the time
to get your
Paint and
Alabastine
fc
for spring. Our
lines are complete
,��*
Just received a
fine stock of
brushes
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Cor. Sixth and Front Sts.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess 8t
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne; also
INHALOZONE
to inhale.
-* AT
HUNTS-DRUG STORE
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
t*m
Judgement for the plaintiff was given in the county court yesterday
morning in the case of Wilkie vs. Fos
ter. Tlie case of Singh vs. C. C. Dunn
was settled out of court, and the
cases of the Winton Motor company
vs. Whitman, and Craig vs. McLeod,
Marl; Ai Co. were set for today.
"Jock" Smith, who has been spending time and money in London and
other English burgs, will be ready to
I sail for bome on Marcli 11. Mr. Smith
wisely bought a return ticket before
leaving the quiet of the Hjorth road
for the bustle of Piccadilly.
Ice cream on hand. Ira A. Keid, next
tram office.   Phone 310. **
Elsie Gieschen, the three-year-old
mite, who was Btruck by a tree stumu
during blasting operations, and who as
a result is confined in the Koyal Columbia hospital, whilst, not yet out of
danger, was resting peacefully at an
early hour this morning, according to
tlie nurse's repoit.
We are in the market for logs for
making shingles. Walsh Sash and
Door factory.   Phone 413. **
The first meeting of the newly ap-
pointed police commissioners was held
in the council chambers yesterday afternoon, with Mayor Lee in the chair.
Whilst the business was for the most
part of a routine character, a number
of recommendations were made and
these will come before the council at
an early date. ��� \i
IL-
Miss Grace Goddard is commencing
a married ladies' physical culture
class on Wednesday, February 22, in
St. George's hall, at half past two
o'clock. The boys and girls' class is
drilled at four o'clock. **
The last whist tournament before
tlie Lenten season, under the auspices
of the C. M. B. A., will take place in
St. Patrick's hall this evening, commencing at half past eight o'clock.
Cards will be played until eleven
o'clock, when supper will be served.
After the repast an informal dance
will be enjoyed, a three piece orchestra furnishing the music. ���*
Davles Green Houses is the place to
get bouquets, floral designs, and all
kinds of cut flowers.   Phone H 208 ������
The delegates to the B. G, Hardware Men's convention to be held in
this city on March 7, will be entertained at a banquet to be served at
the Royal Cafe in the evening. Arrangements will be made for the seating of 150 guests, in addition to the
io;ular patrons. The hardware men
will have exclusive use of the restaurant from eight o'clock until eleven.
An orchestra will be In. attendance.
James Spearson, who for many
years has conducted a restaurant business in the hustling city of Seattle, intends to liven things up In tlie eating
line here, and with that end in view
will, in the course of a few days open
a. high class place next door to the
Liverpool Arms on Columbia sireet.
liaving years of experience behind
him, Mr. Spearson feels positive that
a crowing city like Wesfhilnster will
welcome him to Jhqln^fiirrx out the
reciprocity Idea.
LOST ���LARGE WHITE ENGLISH |
setter dog, BlStft pglUlin6VSi. nye; ���
answers name of Keno. Anyone |
found harboring same after this no-1
tice will he prosecuted. Finder
please return dog to A. E. Kellington, Northern Crown Bank. 1
Lake of the
Woods
Royal Household
Royal Standard
Purity
REDUCED TO
$1.75
PER SACK
OUR ALTERATION SALE
Will Continue for This Week Only
Saturday night, February 25th,
we will bring to a close our big alteration sale. Alterations will not
by any means be completed by
that time, but will have reached
that stage where the various departments can be permanently
located. We must also open up
the hundreds of cases of new
goods now awaiting a place in
which they can be opened and displayed. This week will see greater
reductions than ever on all odd
lines of winter goods--Women's
Coats, Dress Skirts, Blouses, Underwear,   Whitewear,   Millinery,
Comforters,
Remnants.
Blankets,
and  alll
Draperies
Watch our
advertisements.
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
WANTED���Apprentice in the millinery
department, apply at once to Miss Bennett
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
The Store for Women's Wear
Par Excellence
INTERURBAN TIME TABLE
NEW WESTMINSTER   BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, C:L'0, 6:50,7:
and every half hour thereafter until 11 p. m.
Cloverdale Auto Road
Cloverdale gets the Hritish Columbia end of. the Hritish Columbi-i-
Caltfomia auto road. California, Oregon and Washington have selected their roads and have appropriated the necessary money. British Columbia has selected Clover Valley road, Cloverdale and has appropriated $25,000 to make it a modern auto road, the first stretch of
the great auto highway to Southern California.
This will give Cloverdale district the hest  road in  the   province.
Property will be In greater demand and will command higher prices.
10 Acre Blocks, Clover Valley Road
$250.00 per acre, Terms, One-Third Cash
Trains leave New
hour until 11 p. n
SUNDAY   SERVICE:
Westminster for Vancouver
at  fi,
8 and every
FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE:
Kxpress  cars leave
a. in , and 3:20 p. m
New Westminster for Vancouuvcr at 7:20 a- **������
ii :���
LULU   ISLAND,  EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour tM
after up to 11 p.m., connecting at Kburne Junction for Steveston.
SUNDAY     SERVICE:
i   pvery I""
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a. m. anu  e
hour thereafter up to 11 p. m.
NEW      WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK   BRANCH:
To Ahbotsford only���Leave New Westminster 4: 15 p. m.
To Chilliwack���leave New Westminster 9 a.m. and 6:06 p.m.
B. C. ELECTRIC RAILWAY CO.
Vancouver
F. I. Hart & Co., Ltd.
/       . )<   J   . I     /' ti ���
Victoria
Chilliwack   ���     Aldergrove
Are You Aware
that electric power Is available from our mains, which now   ���
ln addition to branch mains���from the west end   of thc
Front street, thence along part of Columhla streel, then v -
street to thc Hrunettc river ?
tcnil'j
Ity a""1*
isrune''"'.!
Our power rates are low, and malie possible   tho adop��P
safe, convenient, advantageous, and economical electric ul
of O'l'
pan
will
Applications   for  electric  power service may be Blade a
iv's local office, or a postal mailed to the head office,
the f|1!1^
ouve
also receive prompt attention.
B. C, Electric Railway Co'y,
LIGHT AND POWER DEPARTMENT.

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